VS Attorneys Will Present Cannabis and Hemp Sessions at the 2022 New England Cannabis Convention

Mar 4, 2022

We look forward to seeing our colleagues, clients, and friends in person this month at the New England Cannabis Convention (NECANN)! Our Massachusetts team will be presenting and attending. Reach out if you'd like to meet up.

Super Sale: How to Sell Your Marijuana Business in MA & Stay Out of Trouble

Featuring David Ullian & Jeremy Shaw; Friday, March 18 | 3 p.m. ET

You finally found someone to purchase your marijuana business. Now you may be asking yourself: How should the transaction be structured? What approvals are required? How do I make sure my business remains in compliance? When can I close? In this session, experienced panelists will discuss the required steps, potential obstacles, and best practices for successfully navigating the complex process of selling a marijuana business in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Who Regulates Minor Cannabinoids... and Are They Lawful?

Featuring Michelle Bodian; Saturday, March 19 | 3 p.m. ET

THC and CBD are the most well-known cannabinoids, but over 130 others exist. As researchers dig further into the properties of these minor cannabinoids, the potential benefits are adding up. And while the FDA slowly explores regulatory pathways for CBD products, the industry is moving on. We're now seeing demand for newer, buzzier cannabinoids such as CBG, CBN, Delta-8 THC, and HHC. But what are the rules governing these newer cannabinoids? Does the FDA regulate Do states treat minor cannabinoids the same as CBD? Are certain states, like Massachusetts, laxer on selling minor cannabinoids?

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