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Local regulators from around the country will discuss the latest developments with on-site consumption. From West Hollywood to SF to Las Vegas, the panel will address commingling on-site consumption with food and alcohol establishments, smoking inside, sanitation issues surrounding shared glassware, potentially new social distancing requirements and other public health concerns related to on-site consumption.
This program is eligible for 1 hours of General CLE credit in 60-minute states, and 1.2 hours of General CLE credit in 50-minute states. Credit hours are estimated and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.
INCBA webinars are eligible for credit in the following states: AR, AL, AK, AZ, CA, CO, CT,DE, GA, HI, IL, IN, MN, MS, MO, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OR, PA, TN, TX, UT, VT, WV, and WI . Additional states may be available for credit upon self-application by attendees. States typically decide whether a program qualifies for MCLE credit in their jurisdiction 4-8 weeks after the program application is submitted. For many live events, credit approval is not received prior to the program.
INCBA on demand programs are eligible for credit in the following states: AR, AL, AK, AZ, CA, CO, CT,DE, GA, HI, IL, IN, MN, MS, MO, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OR, PA, TN, TX, UT, VT, WV, and WI . Additional states may be available for credit upon self-application by attendees. States typically decide whether a program qualifies for MCLE credit in their jurisdiction 4-8 weeks after the program application is submitted.
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|West Hollywood Municipal Code (0.10 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|CANNABIS CONSUMPTION AREA BUSINESS LICENSE APPLICATION|
|Cannabis Business License Types and Screening Application and Business License Process Overview|
|COMMERCIAL AND PUBLIC USE DESIGN GUIDELINES|
|SF Office of Cannabis Website|
Josh Kappel is a founding partner of Vicente Sederberg specializing in risk assessment for
multinational corporations and financial transactions in the highly regulated cannabis industry. He also routinely provides advice to patients, caregivers, and businesses about cannabis, licensing, regulatory compliance, general business and transactional law, and the intersection of state and federal law. Recently Josh has focused his time on the two largest cannabis markets in the world: California and Canada.
John Leonard is the Community and Legislative Affairs Manager for the City of West Hollywood, where he serves as lead staff to the Mayor and Councilmembers, and assists the City Manager with special projects. He has also been a lead staff member for the adoption and implementation of the City’s cannabis ordinance which allows for forty cannabis licenses including adult-use retail and consumption lounges. Mr. Leonard managed the highly competitive process of selecting which applicants received the City’s licenses, including, drafting of the ordinance, formulating cannabis related City fees, drafting application documents and selection weighting criteria (58 criteria), identifying and vetting application evaluation committee members, and overseeing the committee members review of 315 applications. Mr. Leonard continues to work with each applicant to secure the necessary state and local permits to open their businesses. Prior to joining the City of West Hollywood he was a consultant that advised public agencies and private developers on a variety of real estate, financial, and local government projects. Mr. Leonard holds a Master’s degree in Urban Planning from the University of Southern California, and a BA in Geography from UCSB.
Jeremy Schwartz serves as a commercial cannabis regulator of the Office of Cannabis for the City and County of San Francisco. San Francisco is one of a handful of jurisdictions that has adopted an Equity Program – designed to provide opportunities to those negatively affected by the War on Drugs. In addition to permitting and issuing regulations, Jeremy routinely engages in community outreach, relationship management, and policy development. Jeremy completed his Juris Doctor from the University of California Hastings College of the Law and was admitted to the California Bar in December 2018. While at UC Hastings, Jeremy externed for the Honorable Elizabeth D. Laporte in the United States District Court, Northern District of California and the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office. Jeremy also served as President of UC Hastings’ Law Students for Sensible Drug Policy. Jeremy resides in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood with his wife and maltipoo.
After serving for nearly three years as the Executive Director of Marijuana Policy in Denver, Ashley Kilroy was promoted in October 2016 by Mayor Michael B. Hancock to lead the city’s Department of Excise and Licenses. Excise and Licenses is the central business-licensing department for the City and County of Denver and includes the Office of Marijuana Policy. The department manages licensing for a broad range of businesses, including liquor stores, bars and restaurants, and marijuana stores and cultivation facilities. In this position, Kilroy maintains responsibility for the administration and implementation of marijuana policy for Denver. She coordinates the marijuana-related work of various city departments, commissions, boards, officers, agencies and employees, and serves as Denver’s liaison to local, state and federal elected officials, agencies, and other partners on marijuana issues. Kilroy and her team have developed a collaborative approach to marijuana management, facilitating engagement and coordinating the work of hundreds of city employees who are committed to the city’s successful implementation of a legal marijuana. Her work has helped position Denver at the forefront of cannabis regulation, enforcement and education worldwide, and the city continues to lead and innovate as the industry and its regulations evolve. Kilroy has served Denver in many capacities, including as the Deputy Manager of Safety where she provided managerial support, oversight, and discipline of the Denver Police, Sheriff and Fire departments. She has extensive experience as an attorney, mediator and investigator, practicing law for more than 20 years and specializing primarily in municipal employment law. Kilroy served as Senior City Attorney for the City of Denver, as Deputy General Counsel for Denver Public Schools, and as an Assistant County Attorney for Washington County, Colo. As a mediator, Kilroy oversaw court mediation services on behalf of the Colorado and Denver bar associations, mediating a variety of civil cases for the courts and the city. As a workplace investigator, Kilroy has conducted independent workplace investigations for both public and private sector clients involving a wide range of matters, including allegations of discrimination, workplace violence and performance issues. Kilroy graduated from the University of Alabama before receiving her J.D. with honors from Tulane University Law School in New Orleans. She has three daughters and lives in Denver with her husband, Jim.
Original Program Date: 07/24/2020 - SKU INCBA072420ETOD
Hemp: USDA Interim Final Rule and What it Means for Hemp Clients
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Cannabis Appellations of Origin: Redux
Original Program Date: 07/24/2020 - SKU INCBA072420CAOD
Regulating Alternate Means of Consumption
Original Program Date: 07/24/2020 - SKU INCBA072420REOD