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Cannabis Harvest Contracts: Best Practices and What to Watch Out For

August 13, 2020 at 12:00pm1:15pm

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Jeffrey Hamilton will moderated the Bar Association of San Francisco Cannabis Law Section program "Cannabis Harvest Contracts: Best Practices and What to Watch Out For."

Overview:

Understanding the surprisingly complicated relationships between cannabis farmers and cannabis buyers:

  • Unique challenges faced by licensed cultivators
  • Legal considerations under state regulations
  • Commonly used contract mechanics
  • Typical insurance coverages
  • Diligence best practices for both farmers and buyers

Details and registration, here.

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