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This and future articles will focus on prominent business, intellectual property and litigation issues for those operating in, or looking to enter, the legal cannabis market.
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July 1, 2018 marked a true test for California’s burgeoning cannabis industry. Since recreational marijuana became legal this year, the State
How to Legally Protect a Movie Idea
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