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April 20 2022: Attaining Compliance in the Cannabis Universe

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Overview

Compliance in the cannabis industry is fraught with risk across areas like licensing, equipment, testing, distribution, and retail sales – and insurance professionals are a big part of addressing all of that (or they should be).

Join us on Wed, April 20th at 10am PT / 1pm ET

This 1-hour power webinar featuring a panel of compliance experts will cover trends, standards, lawsuits, dangers, best practices, and a few blind spots you may be missing.

Hosted by Insurance Journal:

Don Jergler is the West Editor at Insurance Journal and also the host of the Insuring Cannabis Podcast.

Featuring a Panel of Compliance Experts:

Ian Stewart is founder and co-chair of the cannabis law practice at Wilson Elser, where he leads a national multi-disciplinary team of lawyers who serve all aspects of the cannabis and hemp industries, as well as financial institutions and insurance companies that service those industries. He has been named to the Chambers USA 2020 guide in Cannabis Law, he’s a member of the advisory board of the International Cannabis Bar Association and participates on the policy council of the National Cannabis Industry Association.

David Vaillencourt is a regulatory, policy, and standards expert working to bring credibility to the global cannabis and hemp marketplace. He is the CEO of The GMP Collective, which provides consulting services to cannabis producers across the supply chain, and has 15 years of experience spanning quality assurance and quality control, education, and project management. He serves as vice-chair on ASTM International’s Committee D37 on cannabis to develop consensus industry standards.

Sarah Oglesby is corporate compliance director at Trulieve, a vertically integrated cannabis company and multi-state operator. She has been with the publicly traded company since 2019. She was previously bureau chief at the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services for 11 years.

Here’s what we’ll cover:

  • The cannabis compliance universe (licensing, equipment, testing, distribution, retail sales, laws & regulations)
  • Big trends and developments in compliance
  • Compliance standards, and the toughest states
  • The biggest dangers for businesses
  • Lawsuits and regulations worth watching
  • Compliance gaps

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