Oregon was one of the first states to legalize recreational marijuana in 2014, and the first state to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes in 1998.  While some barriers to licensing still exist, Oregon has taken steps to establish more user-friendly processes and applications to obtain...

Since 2016, California has experienced a transformative landscape surrounding the legal cannabis market. Officially made legal by Proposition 206, the market for cannabis sale, manufacturing and cultivation has experienced a dramatic shift. While retailers get all of the publicity, an often-overlooked area of the legal...

As the legal marijuana industry continues to expand, investors have taken notice and have sought to capitalize on the emerging market. With over 30 states choosing to make marijuana legal in some form, many industry insiders predict that the rest of the states will follow...

Since legalizing marijuana in 2014, the State of Oregon has experienced an oversaturation of its legal marijuana market, driving down prices and creating a surplus. Observers have opined that the surplus is fundamentally caused by the initial explosion of the industry upon legalization, and Oregon's...

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By: Ryan Masters, Strategic Legal Counsel at Cultiva Law With states across the country, and even the federal government in some respects (see, 2018 Farm Bill), legalizing cannabis, the intersection of intellectual property and cannabis is becoming a more and more important consideration for marijuana...

An important bill concerning cannabis and banking advanced out of committee yesterday, meaning the proposed legislation will go to the full U.S. House of Representatives for a vote. After days of debate and numerous attempted amendments by Republican lawmakers to delay the bill, HR 1595...

Come meet and speak with Cultiva Law attorneys! We will be at the Lemonhaze Convention at our booth all day today and tomorrow. So come by say hi and grab some swag! We will be on the convention's legal panel, Navigating the Legal Side of Cannabis,...

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