Two Lawyers and a Pot Farmer Walk Into a Bar: Lawyer and Grower Perspectives on I-502 (April 2015) [15574-MP3 / 15574-FSV]

Two Lawyers and a Pot Farmer Walk Into a Bar: Lawyer and Grower Perspectives on I-502 (April 2015) [15574-MP3 / 15574-FSV]

 
Original Program Date: April 30, 2015
Duration: 6 hours, 12 minutes
Credits: Ethics: 1.00, Law & Legal Procedure: 5.25
 
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The whole country is watching Washington State and our legalization of marijuana. Learn more about the history and the effects of Initiative 502 from the legal and the grower perspectives - all from one family! Jerry, Jeremy and Patrick Moberg share their knowledge and insights on Initiative 502 including updates from the recent legislative session and issues facing employers and schools. Seattle attorney Art Lachman joins the Mobergs to provide a perspective on ethical issues in advising growers, retailers and users.

Topics Include:

  • History of Initiative 502
  • Legal Aspects of Initiative 502
  • Employers, Schools and Marijuana Use
  • Current Marijuana Laws and Issues
  • Marijuana Law: Ethical Issues in Advising Stakeholders
Presenters:
Jerry Moberg – Jerry Moberg & Associates, Ephrata
Patrick Moberg – Jerry Moberg & Associates, Ephrata
Jeremy Moberg – Owner, CannaSol Farms, Okanogan
Arthur J. Lachman – Attorney at Law, Seattle

This seminar was recorded on April 30, 2015, in Seattle, WA.

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