Canna Business 101: Packaging and Labeling Compliance
It doesn't end with 100 percent federal illegality and rigorous Drug Enforcement Agency and Department of Treasury oversight.
Selling medical or adult-use marijuana to consumers requires complying with federal, state and local packaging and labeling regulations and regulators. While its Department of Health is currently promulgating Pennsylvania's legalized marijuana regulations, a review of other jurisdictions and the overall industry reveals both existing regulatory parameters and trend of growers and product manufacturers transferring packaging and labeling liability to dispensaries.
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CannabisRadio.com Interview with Robert Hoban
Starting and Operating a Successful Medical Cannabusiness as Robert Hoban , Managing Partner for the Law Offices of Hoban & Feola speaks to Russ Belville following his all day workshop at the 2016 NCIA Cannabis Business Summit.
Cannabis counsel movement rallies pot’s true believers
“The whole cannabis business is just shooting to the moon now,” Goggin said. “The new statewide regs have almost completely transformed my practice.” Goggin’s experience in the interplay between federal law and state statutes landed him a new gig as of counsel to Denver, Colo.-based Hoban & Feola, a cannabis business law firm, to serve as its Northern California regional office.