On Demand

The Shake-Out Since the Farm Bill


Average Rating:
   5
Category:
Administrative Law |  Hemp |  Licensing and Permitting |  Regulatory
Faculty:
Shawn Hauser |  Garrett Graff |  Mitzi Vaughn |  Tami Wahl
Duration:
1 Hour 10 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
SKU:
INCBA102020TH
License:
Access for 6 month(s) after purchase.



Description

With the 2018 Farm Bill well under our belts, and implementation of the USDA Rules well underway, let’s take a look at how the world is changing under the new regime. The sunset of the old administrative regimes left over from the 2014 Farm Bill and the rise of the 2018 Farm Bill regulations have created a new way to navigate the hemp industry. Join us to take a look at the terrain ahead.

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Handouts

Faculty

Shawn Hauser's Profile

Shawn Hauser Related seminars and products

Vicente Sederberg


Shawn Hauser is a partner at Vicente Sederberg and chair of the firm's Hemp and Cannabinoids Department. Shawn helps marijuana and hemp businesses navigate the intersections between state and federal law including hemp laws, food and drug laws, regulatory compliance, licensing, general business representation, investment, and general business matters.

 

As chair of the VS Hemp and Cannabinoids Department, Shawn advises clients on the unique legal landscape governing cannabinoids and hemp, helping them form compliant business structures, maintain compliance with hemp and food and drug laws as they evolve, and develop informed solutions that best position them for success at the at state, national, and international levels. She has been named one of ""Denver's Top Lawyers"" by 5280 magazine in each of the past five years (2016-2020).

 

With more than a decade of experience in cannabis law and policy, Shawn is a go-to source for businesses, industry groups, governments, and reporters seeking opinions, analysis, and guidance on cannabis and hemp law and policy matters. She is on the Board of Directors of the International Cannabis Bar Association, and was on the steering committee for the American Hemp Campaign, a project of Vote Hemp which was instrumental in legalizing hemp in Texas in 2019.

 

Since directing Sensible Colorado's local government implementation team following the passage of Amendment 64, Shawn remains active in policy work with local and state governments in Colorado and Texas and is passionate in supporting the development and implementation of marijuana and hemp regulations that advance the cannabis industry in a dynamic and responsible manner. After attending law school at the University of Denver, Shawn was an associate attorney at McAllister, Darnell & Gottlieb PC, one of the first marijuana-focused law firms in Colorado.


Garrett Graff's Profile

Garrett Graff Related seminars and products

Managing Attorney

Moye White LLP


A nationally recognized attorney, Garrett Graff specializes in the representation of both the marijuana and industrial hemp industries. Garrett’s practice involves corporate and M&A, real estate, regulatory/compliance, FDA/FTC compliance, intellectual property protection, and civil and commercial litigation. Garrett regularly counsels’ clients regarding corporate formation and structuring, M&A and business and real property assets, various corporate agreements, regulatory compliance as well as resolving and/or litigating commercial disputes. Related to marijuana businesses, Garrett represents numerous companies on matters including licensure, successfully obtaining licenses in numerous states in both competitive and non-competitive licensure processes. He also assists clients in general corporate matters, protecting intellectual property, establishing partnerships and joint ventures, and expanding clients’ footprints across multiple states and/or countries, along with regulatory compliance matters. As to industrial hemp businesses, Garrett represents companies across the country and world on matters including import/export, cultivation, processing and manufacturing, distribution, and navigating legislative and regulatory frameworks such as FDA regulation. He frequently works with federal, state and local authorities on policy and enforcement matters. Notably, Garrett represented hemp industry stakeholders against the DEA, before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, in confirming the Farm Bill’s hemp provisions pre-empt DEA authority and the CSA. He also regularly works with stakeholders in drafting model legislative and regulatory policy. Garrett also serves on the board of the Colorado chapter of the Hemp Industries Association. Garrett has testified in judicial proceedings related to hemp regulatory matters and frequently speaks in many forums — conferences, symposiums, and other events — regarding various issues concerning marijuana and industrial hemp law.


Mitzi Vaughn's Profile

Mitzi Vaughn Related seminars and products

Shareholder

Karr Tuttle Campbell


Mitzi Vaughn is a shareholder at Karr Tuttle Campbell in Seattle, Washington. She represents cannabis clients in matters of regulatory compliance, corporate transactions and governance, and intellectual property. She was a founding board member of the International Cannabis Bar Association and currently sits on its advisory board. 

 

From 2017 to 2020, Mitzi was the Chief Legal Officer of a company that provides intellectual property licensing, financing, real estate and hard assets leases, and other support to U.S. and international cannabis and hemp enterprises. From 2013 to 2017 she worked with Greenbridge Corporate Counsel, a transactional law boutique exclusively serving the cannabis industry. She served as its Managing Attorney. She has advised governmental bodies regarding cannabis regulation, including the Jamaican Cannabis Licensing Authority, the Hawaii Legislature’s Joint Health Committee, members of the Washington State Legislature, and the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board.

 

She is also active in many drug policy reform organizations; she serves as General Counsel to The Cannabis Alliance (WA), is an Advisory Council member and General Counsel for Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), and is a board member of Drug Reform Coordination Network and DRCNet Foundation.

 

Mitzi was awarded a J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley School of Law, studied international human rights at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, and earned a B.A. in History, magna cum laude, from the University of Texas at San Antonio.


Tami Wahl's Profile

Tami Wahl Related seminars and products

Government Affairs Advisor


Tami Wahl is a food and drug law attorney with a government affairs firm in Washington, D.C. She brings over twenty years of legal experience and has worked as legislative, legal and regulatory counsel for entrepreneurs, and small-to-medium size companies.

 

Ms. Wahl has expertise in working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Federal Trade Commission, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Customs and Border Patrol on matters impacting the food, beverage, cosmetic, dietary supplement, botanical drug and drug categories. She has worked with Health Canada and other global regulatory agencies on product authorizations and import | export matters. Tami is a registered federal lobbyist with an active presence in D.C. and engages with the Administration, Congressional members, committee staff and federal agencies on a range of issues.


Alternate Options

USDA vs State Rules
Original Program Date: 10/20/2020 - SKU INCBA102020US
Application, Process, and Best Practices
Original Program Date: 10/22/2020 - SKU INCBA102220AP
Disputes and Litigation with the Regulators
Original Program Date: 10/22/2020 - SKU INCBA102220DI

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