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Explore the Impact the Proposed Medical Cannabis Act Could Have on Pennsylvania

Earlier this year the Pennsylvania Senate passed the Medical Cannabis Act. Today, that legislation remains in the House of Representatives where the specifics continue to be debated and negotiated. With a final vote on the Bill possible in the coming months, now is the time to look closely at the language being considered and learn precisely how impactful the medical cannabis industry will be on your legal practice.

Prepare to advise your clients about the proposed regulations

Our distinguished faculty will provide an in-depth analysis of the possible regulatory system surrounding the growing, processing and distributing of medical cannabis in Pennsylvania. They will also examine the ethical implications of representing a client in the cannabis industry.

Attend to have your questions such as these answered

  • What will be included in the permitting application process for growers, processors and distributors?
  • What are the zoning, municipal and land use implications triggered by the passage of this law?
  • What medical conditions will qualify a patient for medical cannabis and will the list of conditions expand?
  • What ethical issues can a lawyer expect to face in this industry?
  • And more!

Our impressive faculty

Course planner

William G. Roark, Esq.
Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin, P.C., Lansdale

Faculty

Representative Kerry Benninghoff
Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Harrisburg

Hilary Bricken, Esq.
Harris Moure, PLLC, Seattle, WA

Representative Timothy P. Briggs
Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Harrisburg

Michael Bronstein
Bronstein & Weaver, Inc., Bryn Mawr

Christen G. Pionzio, Esq.
Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin, P.C., Lansdale

Andrew B. Sacks, Esq.
Sacks Weston Diamond LLC, Philadelphia

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