WASHINGTON: As the fastest growing industry in the country, legal cannabis represents one of the nation’s hottest job markets. Managing employees and navigating complicated state law presents special challenges for licensed cannabis organizations. The topic is the focus of the second annual legal seminar for canna-businesses presented by legal powerhouse Fisher Phillips.
This half day conference takes place on March 15th, 2017 at the Georgetown Ballroom, and will explore legal issues such as handling employees who behave badly, lawful pay practices, avoiding employee-related government investigations, and proactive solutions to protect your trade secrets. Fisher Phillips attorneys from California, Oregon, and Washington will work through these topics with local cannabis industry leaders and other attorneys experienced in other business law aspects of the industry. This educational opportunity will also provide attendees a chance to reconnect with industry leaders, learn prevention and compliance tips, and mingle with businesses who support this industry.
Panelists will include Fisher Phillips attorneys, Chris Larsen from Ashby Law Group, Neil Juneja from Gleam Law, and experienced industry executives Ian Eisenberg of Uncle Ike’s and Wendy Bentley of CannaOrganix.
March 15, 2017 at the Georgetown Ballroom, 5623 Airport Way South, Seattle WA 98108, 11am (registration and lunch); 11:30-4pm (seminar); 4pm-5pm (reception). Cost: $45