Cannabis & Hemp
The United States cannabis industry is rapidly growing due to the enactment of the 2018 Federal Farm Bill deregulating hemp as a controlled substance and the growing number of states legalizing cannabis for medical use and other purposes. Still, navigating the developing legal landscape of the cannabis industry continues to present complex and novel legal issues for businesses and entrepreneurs at every level of the industry.
Companies and individuals in this expanding market may encounter unique legal needs with respect to their transactions, licensing, regulatory compliance, vendors, distribution, transportation, shipping, manufacturing, farming, banking, investment, intellectual property, commercial leasing, labeling, and employment relationships.
Miller & Martin attorneys have comprehensive transactional, commercial, regulatory, investment, intellectual property, life sciences, product liability litigation and employment experience. They apply this expertise to the developing laws and regulations and other emerging legal and business issues our cannabis clients will face. With an emphasis on Georgia and Tennessee, our attorneys are resources for growers, producers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, and investors.
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- FDA Releases New Warning Letter on Human and Animal Hemp CBD Products
- Georgia Releases Proposed Hemp Grower and Processor Rules
- What Do Tennessee’s New Hemp Regulations Mean For Hemp Processors?
- FDA Extends Deadline to Submit Public Comment for Cannabis Products
- Updated Rules Announced for the Tennessee Hemp Program
- FDA Hearing Recap on Cannabis and Cannabis-Derived Products
- USDA Issues Opinion on the Transportation of Hemp
- Georgia Enters the Hemp Industry
- New Trademark Examination Guide 1-19 – Some CBD Products Can Now Have Federal Trademark Registrations
- Navigating Georgia's New Medical Marijuana Law