Shane Pennington to Deliver Spotlight Presentation on Impact Litigation at the INCBA Litigation Symposium

Mar 10, 2023

Vicente attorney Shane Pennington is set to speak at the INCBA Litigation Symposium on March 20, 2023. He will deliver a spotlight presentation titled "Impact Litigation and the Changing Terrain" at 1:25 p.m., which will cover the latest developments in impact litigation within cannabis law.

About the INCBA’s Litigation, ADR, Disputes Symposium

Join INCBA virtually for a comprehensive overview of litigation in the cannabis industry. Speakers will cover the state of litigation in cannabis, public relations and crisis mitigation, securities litigation and shareholder disputes, current trends and strategies in business disputes, government investigations, remedies in federal court, and the most current approaches to ADR and low-cost resolution. View the full agenda.

About Shane Pennington

Shane Pennington serves as counsel at Vicente LLP, focusing his practice on federal appeals and regulatory issues related to cannabis and hemp. As a former law clerk to federal judges on the D.C. Circuit, the Fifth Circuit, and the D.C. District Court, Shane’s unique insights can also assist clients in evaluating potential or pending cases involving complex regulatory issues.

In addition to his work related to cannabis and hemp, Shane advises clients on federal psychedelics law, including DEA regulations governing registration to handle schedule I psychedelic substances under the Controlled Substances Act and efforts to reschedule or deschedule. He regularly litigates issues with important implications for the federal regulation of psychedelics before federal appellate courts across the country. See full profile.

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