Michigan has finally passed a law that will create commercial licenses for medical marijuana businesses. These businesses will include commercial cultivation, dispensaries, marijuana infused processors, secure transportation and marijuana testing facilities. The expert attorneys of the Cannabis Legal Group will educate you on how to start, operate and protect your business in operation under the Medical Marijuana Act and the new Medical Marijuana Facilities Licensing Act.
Topics Covered Include:
- What do I need to do to get licensed?
- How do I start?
- What are the qualifications?
- What are the financial requirements?
- Can I start small?
- What can I do to get started now?
- How many licenses will they offer?
- What types of regulations will be made?
- When will the regulations issue?
- Can one obtain multiple licenses?
- When will they be available?
The Cannabis Legal Group is comprised of a team of attorneys that have experience in obtaining licenses in states like Colorado, Oregon, New York and Illinois. Our lawyers are experts on all related issues including real property, zoning, business entity formation, business planning, contracts and financing.
We have previously conducted this seminar to hundreds of participants who found our information extremely helpful to accomplishing their goals of being included in the marijuana industry in Michigan.
Refreshments and Parking Included
About the Presenters
Our seminar instructors are accomplished and proven experts in the national cannabis landscape.You will hear from:
Attorney Paula Givens has written successful marijuana business license applications in Illinois, New York, Colorado and Oregon. Having recently migrated from the Colorado cannabis industry, she is an expert in licensing and regulatory compliance.
Barton Morris is one of the top cannabis attorneys in Michigan. He is on the board of the State Bar of Michigan’s Marijuana Law Section and is a national speaker and writer on marijuana law issues.
Matthew Roman is a rising star in the cannabis legal world. Not only is he an attorney, he also holds an MBA and has a very strong cannabis business background that is valuable to anyone looking for a license.
Attorney Jeffrey Hank is the Chair of the Comprehensive Cannabis Law Reform Initiative Committee. Otherwise known as MILegalize, this campaign to legalize recreational marijuana in Michigan failed to make the ballot in 2016. The lessons learned from that campaign will be certain to make it successful in 2018. Jeff will enthusiastically tell our attendees why recreational marijuana will be legal in 2018 and what they can do to help.
We are very proud to have BIOTrack present to our attendees about the required seed to sale tracking software necessary to obtain a state license.
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask all of our presenters questions to ensure they will be successful in the Michigan Cannabis Marketplace.
The 2016 recreational marijuana legalization effort by MILegalize barely failed to make the ballot. This campaign has been renewed for 2018 and now will benefit from the time and expertise to ensure success.
The Chair of the Michigan Comprehensive Committee for Cannabis Reform in Michigan and the leader of the MILegalize effort, Jeffrey Hank, will kick off our seminar and educate our attendees about this effort and how to contribute to its success.
A portion of every ticket sold will be donated to MILegalize to ensure that Michigan will “Free the Weed” in 2018. Purchase a ticket today and be a part of the most significant grass roots marijuana movement in Michigan’s history.
What Others Have Said
"Once you attend our seminar you will have the practical education and information necessary to successfully obtain a license as soon as they become available."
"Having a state license for a commercial grow or a dispensary could be worth a significant amount of money for a long time. The value of these licenses will potentially be worth millions of dollars."
"The best time to start doing the work is now. If you wait too late, entering this market will be incredibly difficult. Also, marijuana businesses from established markets are coming to Michigan to capitalize on our emerging market. It is important that our local marijuana entrepreneurs take capitalize on these opportunities now before they are no longer available."