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Maryland Inno features an article by Of Counsel Bill Huber on opportunities for independent operators in the cannabis industry.
Maryland voters will be asked about adult recreational use of marijuana on the ballot this month. Bill Huber provides pre-election analysis.
Question #4 will be an important one on Maryland’s November ballot. Lawmakers recently finalized the language for the cannabis legalization referendum that will be put before voters in the upcoming election.
Learn more about the Nemphos Braue Cannabis practice in this video featuring Of Counsel Bill Huber.
With sun and sand outside, the exhibit hall, main stage and breakout sessions at the Fontainebleau were filled with the “who’s who” of cannabis.
You may know that today is 4/20 – the ubiquitous cannabis holiday, also known as 420. But do you know how the day got its unique moniker?
Where do things stand regarding cannabis in the Maryland General Assembly? We’ve got a comprehensive look at the bills being addressed this session.
The question is no longer “if” cannabis will be legal for adult use nationally; the question is “when?” And how will cannabis be legalized in Maryland?
What if you were told our bodies were built to break down and absorb cannabis? Dr. Patricia Frye presented details at a recent Maryland legalization workgroup session.
Experienced in supporting clients in corporate law matters across a wide range of industries, Nemphos Braue LLC is launching its cannabis-focused practice and bringing on experienced attorney Bill Huber as Of Counsel to support clients at all stages and in all areas of the cannabis industry.
Nemphos Braue was proud to sponsor Junior Achievement of Central Maryland’s recent Leading Ladies event, with an impressive group of young women in attendance from Baltimore area schools.
Nemphos Braue was proud to join with other local companies in the Maryland Chapter’s fall matching campaign, helping raise $20,000 for a worthy cause.
A Washington County Circuit Court judge has granted a preliminary injunction that will allow some Maryland hemp businesses to reopen.