Compliance and the New York Cannabis Market: What Your Clients Should Be Doing Right Now

01 Feb , 2022

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New York’s Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act of 2021 paved the way for a huge legal recreational cannabis market in the country’s fourth most-populous state. Once the market opens up, this “green rush” promises to be enormously lucrative—for companies that succeed in getting (and keeping) a license from New York’s Cannabis Control Board.

This webinar will lay out the importance of a robust, proactive compliance and anti-diversion program for license applicants and awardees, as well as the steps your clients can take now, even before New York adopts its new cannabis regulations, to implement such a program.

 

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