As of July 1, people age 21 and older can buy cannabis products from licensed dispensaries in Maryland as long as they show government-issued photo ID to prove their age.
In 2014, medical cannabis was legalized in the State of Maryland with the passage of House Bill 881, which established the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC). But how did we get here, and what’s next?
Bill Huber served as the keynote speaker, addressing the change in dynamics between employers and employees as it relates to cannabis.
Legislation that was approved by both the House and Senate in the Maryland General Assembly sets the stage for regulated recreational marijuana sales to begin on July 1.
Announcing the formation of a powerful team where experience in the cannabis marketplace meets expertise in the M&A field.
The work group discussed projections that the Maryland cannabis market will hit $1 billion in adult-use marijuana sales within 20 months.
Michael Antone joins with Bill Huber in sharing their insights on “Using technology to address the challenge of branding in the cannabis industry,” a recent article published by the Baltimore Business Journal’s Maryland Inno.
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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.
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Nemphos Braue worked closely with the leadership team at SealingTech through this and previous negotiations to positively impact the company’s strong growth trajectory and position it for a successful exit.