Whether property is currently being used for cannabis purposes or in intended to be used for such purposes, and whether the property is for sale or lease, the unique nature of the cannabis industry means that lawyers will inevitably be called upon to consult on a plethora of legal issues.
The panel will discuss and provide practical tips on cutting-edge issues facing attorneys, mediators, private judges and the Court. The discussion will include the ethical duties of court-connected mediators; confidentiality of mediation and proposed legislation to create exceptions to the Mediation Privilege; disclosure of conflicts of interest and the danger of the proceedings being voided; continuing jurisdiction for completion.
Since the Passage of Propositions 215 and 64, there has been a myriad of new laws and regulations passed relating to Cannabis.
This first part of the presentation will focus on substance abuse and provide highlights from Abraham Twerski's Book "Addictive Thinking: Understanding Self-Deception", as well as offer tips about how to identify other's behaviors , attitudes, and emotions as they journey through addiction.
In a year where everything we know has changed, attorneys need to continue to grow their practices and increase their visibility in the marketplace.
The Legal Malpractice statue of limitations, C.C.P. Section 340.6 protects attorneys from stale claims.
Join us for Day 3 of the 2021 Summer Cannabis Law Series.
There is a growing trend of employers adopting dog-friendly policies in the workplace. These companies argue that dogs in the workplace reduce stress and encourage positive social interaction among employees. Commercial landlords who previously prohibited dogs in the workplace have had to learn how to accommodate the tenant requirement of allowing dogs in the workplace.
We hope to see you at the Crocker Commercial Real Estate Symposium!