On Demand

The Ethical Implications of Substance Use and Abuse


Credit Available - See Credits tab below.

Average Rating:
   5
Category:
Specialty Credits |  Ethics |  Substance Abuse |  Mindfullness
Faculty:
Hannah Stitt |  Patrick Nightingale |  Bob Nichols |  Andrew Kingsdale
Duration:
1 Hour 10 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
License:
Access for 6 month(s) after purchase.


Description

Attorneys and professionals: learn how to navigate the gray space between practicing in a state that allows adults or medical patients to consume cannabis, and that state’s interpretation and application of the professional rules of ethics.  Panelists will discuss how cannabis use and substance abuse issues can interfere with an attorney’s competence obligations, and mandatory reporting requirements.  Panelists will specifically address the ABA Model Rule equivalents in the jurisdictions of Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, California, and Washington D.C.

Credits

CLE Credit Information

State Application Status Approval Code State Note
  Alabama     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Alaska     Available for Credit   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Arizona     Available for Credit   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Arkansas     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  California     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Colorado     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
 Connecticut    Available for Credit   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Delaware     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Florida     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Florida. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Florida State Bar's website. 
  Georgia     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Hawaii     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Idaho     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Idaho. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Idaho State Bar's website. 
  Illinois     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Indiana     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Iowa     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Iowa. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Iowa State Bar's website. 
  Kansas     Credit Not Available   Yes Credit is not available for Kansas. Attorneys may not self-apply for credit in this state. This certificate is for your records only. 
  Kentucky     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Kentucky. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Kentucky State Bar's website. 
  Louisiana     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Louisiana. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Louisiana State Bar's website. 
  Maine     Credit Not Available   Yes Credit is not available for Maine. Attorneys may not self-apply for credit in this state. This certificate is for your records only. 
  Maryland     Non-MCLE   Maryland does not have a mandatory continuing legal education requirement. This certificate is for your records only and certifies attendance at the event. 
  Massachusetts     Non-MCLE   Massachusetts does not have a mandatory continuing legal education requirement. This certificate is for your records only and certifies attendance at the event. 
  Michigan     Non-MCLE   Michigan does not have a mandatory continuing legal education requirement. This certificate is for your records only and certifies attendance at the event. 
  Minnesota     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Mississippi     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Missouri     Credit Not Available   Yes Credit is not available for Missouri. Attorneys may not self-apply for credit in this state. This certificate is for your records only. 
  Montana     Self Apply   No Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Montana. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Montana State Bar's website. 
  Nebraska     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Nebraska. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Nebraska State Bar's website. 
  Nevada     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
 New Hampshire     Available for Credit   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  New Jersey    Reciprocal Credit   Available   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  New Mexico     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  New York     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  North Carolina     Approved   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  North Dakota     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Ohio     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Oklahoma     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Oregon     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Pennsylvania     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Rhode Island     Self Apply   No Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Rhode Island. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Rhode Islanda State Bar's website. 
  South Carolina     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in South Carolina. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the South Carolina State Bar's website. 
  South Dakota     Non-MCLE   South Dakota does not have a mandatory continuing legal education requirement. This certificate is for your records only and certifies attendance at the event. 
  Tennessee     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Texas     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Utah     Applied For   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Vermont     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Virginia     Credit Not Available   Yes Credit is not available for Virginia. Attorneys may not self-apply for credit in this state. This certificate is for your records only. 
  Washington     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Washington. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Washington State Bar's website. 
  West Virginia     Approved   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Wisconsin     Credit Not Available   Yes Credit is not available for Wisconsin. Attorneys may not self-apply for credit in this state. This certificate is for your records only. 
  Wyoming     Self Apply   No Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Wyoming. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Wyoming State Bar's website. 


Alabama
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
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Alaska
Accreditation Status:
Available for Credit
Total Credits:
1
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1 Ethics Credit
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Arizona
Accreditation Status:
Available for Credit
Total Credits:
1
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1 Ethics Credit
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Arkansas
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
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1 Ethics Credit
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California
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
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1 Ethics Credit
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Colorado
Accreditation Status:
Applied For
Total Credits:
1
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1 Ethics Credit
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Connecticut
Accreditation Status:
Available for Credit
Total Credits:
1
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1 Ethics Credit
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Delaware
Accreditation Status:
Applied For
Total Credits:
1
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1 Ethics Credit
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Florida
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
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Georgia
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
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Hawaii
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
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Idaho
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Illinois
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
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Indiana
Accreditation Status:
Applied For
Total Credits:
1
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1 Ethics Credit
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Iowa
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
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Kansas
Accreditation Status:
Credit Not Availible
Total Credits:
1
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1 Ethics Credit
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Kentucky
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
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Louisiana
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
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1 Ethics Credit
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Maine
Accreditation Status:
Credit Not Availible
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1
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Maryland
Accreditation Status:
Non-MCLE
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
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Massachusetts
Accreditation Status:
Non-MCLE
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
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Michigan
Accreditation Status:
Non-MCLE
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Minnesota
Accreditation Status:
Applied For
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Mississippi
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Missouri
Accreditation Status:
Credit Not Availible
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
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Montana
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Nebraska
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Nevada
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

New Hampshire
Accreditation Status:
Available for Credit
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

New Jersey
Accreditation Status:
Reciprocal Credit Available
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

New Mexico
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

New York
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
Specialty Credits:
1 Ethics Credit

North Carolina
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

North Dakota
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Ohio
Accreditation Status:
Applied For
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Oklahoma
Accreditation Status:
Applied For
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Oregon
Accreditation Status:
Applied For
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Pennsylvania
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Rhode Island
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

South Carolina
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

South Dakota
Accreditation Status:
Non-MCLE
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Tennessee
Accreditation Status:
Applied For
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Texas
Accreditation Status:
Applied For
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Utah
Accreditation Status:
Applied For
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Vermont
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
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Washington
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

West Virginia
Accreditation Status:
Approved
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Wisconsin
Accreditation Status:
Credit Not Availible
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
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Wyoming
Accreditation Status:
Self Apply
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
Specialty Credits:

Washington DC
Accreditation Status:
Non-MCLE
Total Credits:
1
General Credits:
1 Ethics Credit
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Handouts

Faculty

Hannah Stitt's Profile

Hannah Stitt Related seminars and products: 2

Ad Astra Law Group


Hannah Stitt is an attorney with the San Francisco-based law firm of Ad Astra Law Group, LLP where she represents individuals and companies in civil litigation. Ms. Stitt’s practice areas include business law (including, cryptocurrency and decentralized ledger technology law, intellectual property law and branding), real estate law and employment law. She has provided advocacy services to cannabis industry clients since before the medical market became legal in California, and over the years as the industry grew, her legal practice has transitioned from transactional and compliance work into complex commercial litigation.

Ms. Stitt sits on the Ethics Committee for the International Cannabis Bar Association, and the Barrister’s Cannabis, Alcohol and Regulated Industries section committee for the Bar Association of San Francisco. She is also a Lead Attorney and Mentor for the Prisoner Advocacy Network where she works with California prisoners to improve their living conditions and uphold their civil rights. Her committee work and pro bono work directly inform her legal practice litigating for clients in highly regulated industries such as cannabis and cryptocurrency.

Ms. Stitt attended U.C. Davis for her undergraduate education, earning degrees in both Religious Studies and Film Studies. She graduated from U.C. Hastings College of the Law in 2015 with a concentration in intellectual property law. She is currently licensed to practice law in the State of California.

Please contact her at hstitt@astralegal.com or (415) 795-3579.


Patrick Nightingale's Profile

Patrick Nightingale Related seminars and products: 1

Criminal Defense Attorney

PKN Law


Patrick K. Nightingale is a practicing criminal defense attorney in both state and federal court in Southwestern Pennsylvania.  He began his legal career as a prosecutor with the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office in 1996.  In 1999 he helped to found the Domestic Violence Prosecution Unit.  Since 2002 Mr. Nightingale has specialized in criminal defense with a particular focus on protecting the rights of cannabis consumers.  Mr. Nightingale practices in state and federal courts throughout Pennsylvania and handles both trial, appellate and post-conviction litigation. 

Mr. Nightingale re-established the Pittsburgh NORML and has worked to advance medical cannabis and adult use cannabis reform.  In his capacity as Executive Director he has spoken extensively on the subject of cannabis reform.  Mr. Nightingale has been a frequent guest on local radio and television, and is a trusted voice on reform related questions.  He has also been privileged to testify on numerous occasions before Pennsylvania legislative bodies considering medicinal cannabis legislation.

Mr. Nightingale also serves on the Board of Directors of the Medical Cannabis Society, a Pennsylvania based non-profit.  “I was very excited to join a non-profit with a mission of both advocating for patient interests and promoting industry best practices in Pennsylvania and other emerging medical cannabis states.  As our medical cannabis program matures in Pennsylvania and in states like Ohio and West Virginia it is abundantly clear we must continue to work to advance patient interests through education and legislation.”  

In August, 2017, Mr. Nightingale along with his partners established Cannabis Legal Solutions – a law firm catering to the needs of Pennsylvania’s emerging medical cannabis industry.  “We believe that as our industry expands clients will value having counsel that understands the cannabis industry and issues facing both consumers and business entities alike.”

Mr. Nightingale has taught Continuing Legal Education courses on the issue of cannabis policy and law to the Allegheny County Bar Association, Allegheny County DA’s Office, Westmoreland County Bar Association, Washington County Bar Association, Fayette County Bar Association and the Pennsylvania Bar Association.  Mr. Nightingale also serves as a speaker for Law Enforcement Action Partnership.Mr. Nightingale is married to fellow activist Theresa and they have three children together – Perrin, Mac and Xavina. 

Mr. Nightingale can be reached at 412.225.7959 or at pknlaw@mac.com.


Bob Nichols's Profile

Bob Nichols Related seminars and products: 1

Partner

Kind Law


Bob Nichols is a partner at Kind Law, LLP, a boutique law firm located in Santa Rosa, CA, and is licensed to practice in California and Washington, DC.  Bob serves cannabis companies throughout the supply chain, ancillary companies, and other clients with issues related to transactional matters, company formation, governance, M&A, financing, real estate matters, commercial contracts, and legal disputes.  Before joining Kind Law, Bob represented large Fortune 500 companies in Washington, DC for over five years as an associate at two national law firms.


Andrew Kingsdale's Profile

Andrew Kingsdale Related seminars and products: 1

Counsel

Law Offices of Omar Figueroa


Andrew Kingsdale is Of Counsel at the Law Offices of Omar Figueroa, where he represents California cannabis and hemp cultivators, distributors, and retailers. Andrew advises clients on business transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property registration, brand and trade secret licensing, commercial leases, as well as obtaining and maintaining local permits and state licenses.  Before joining the Law Offices of Omar Figueroa, Andrew also litigated cases in federal and state courts, successfully advocating on behalf of businesses, consumers, and environmental non-profit organizations.  

Andrew graduated from Dartmouth College and earned his law degree with honors from Temple University School of Law.  During law school he interned at the United States Attorney’s Office and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and after law school Andrew he clerked for the Honorable Anita B. Brody (Eastern District of Pennsylvania).  Andrew is licensed to practice law in California, New York, and Massachusetts.


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Additional Info

ABA instructions for CLE credit
State Application Status Approval Code State Note
  Alabama     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Alaska     Available for Credit   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Arizona     Available for Credit   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Arkansas     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  California     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Colorado     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
 Connecticut    Available for Credit   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Delaware     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Florida     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Florida. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Florida State Bar's website. 
  Georgia     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Hawaii     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Idaho     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Idaho. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Idaho State Bar's website. 
  Illinois     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Indiana     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Iowa     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Iowa. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Iowa State Bar's website. 
  Kansas     Credit Not Available   Yes Credit is not available for Kansas. Attorneys may not self-apply for credit in this state. This certificate is for your records only. 
  Kentucky     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Kentucky. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Kentucky State Bar's website. 
  Louisiana     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Louisiana. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Louisiana State Bar's website. 
  Maine     Credit Not Available   Yes Credit is not available for Maine. Attorneys may not self-apply for credit in this state. This certificate is for your records only. 
  Maryland     Non-MCLE   Maryland does not have a mandatory continuing legal education requirement. This certificate is for your records only and certifies attendance at the event. 
  Massachusetts     Non-MCLE   Massachusetts does not have a mandatory continuing legal education requirement. This certificate is for your records only and certifies attendance at the event. 
  Michigan     Non-MCLE   Michigan does not have a mandatory continuing legal education requirement. This certificate is for your records only and certifies attendance at the event. 
  Minnesota     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Mississippi     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Missouri     Credit Not Available   Yes Credit is not available for Missouri. Attorneys may not self-apply for credit in this state. This certificate is for your records only. 
  Montana     Self Apply   No Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Montana. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Montana State Bar's website. 
  Nebraska     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Nebraska. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Nebraska State Bar's website. 
  Nevada     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
 New Hampshire     Available for Credit   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  New Jersey    Reciprocal Credit   Available   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  New Mexico     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  New York     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  North Carolina     Approved   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  North Dakota     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Ohio     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Oklahoma     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Oregon     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Pennsylvania     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Rhode Island     Self Apply   No Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Rhode Island. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Rhode Islanda State Bar's website. 
  South Carolina     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in South Carolina. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the South Carolina State Bar's website. 
  South Dakota     Non-MCLE   South Dakota does not have a mandatory continuing legal education requirement. This certificate is for your records only and certifies attendance at the event. 
  Tennessee     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Texas     Applied For   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Utah     Applied For   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Vermont     Approved   No Please keep this Certificate for your records. Attorneys are responsible for reporting their own atttendance to the state. This certificate contains all relevant information required to certify your attendance and credits earned. For specific information related to reporting attendance, please contact your state regulator with questions.
  Virginia     Credit Not Available   Yes Credit is not available for Virginia. Attorneys may not self-apply for credit in this state. This certificate is for your records only. 
  Washington     Self Apply   Yes Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Washington. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Washington State Bar's website. 
  West Virginia     Approved   Yes Please keep this Certificate for your records. The ABA will report your attendance credits to the state on your behalf. If your bar number does not appear on this certificate, please contact the ABA at mcle@americanbar.org to ensure that your credits have been reported.
  Wisconsin     Credit Not Available   Yes Credit is not available for Wisconsin. Attorneys may not self-apply for credit in this state. This certificate is for your records only. 
  Wyoming     Self Apply   No Attorneys must self-apply for credit in Wyoming. The INCBA does not directly apply for credit, but this program is accredited by other states, including New York, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. More information about self-applying for credit may be found at the Wyoming State Bar's website. 

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