At this year's Benzinga Psychedelics Capital Conference, firm partner Nadav Aschner spoke on the current legal intricacies of psychedelics at the "Oregon, Colorado, Quebec: Lessons from legal psilocybin markets" panel. Beginning with the regulatory strategies employed by psychedelics on their path … Read more about Benzinga Psychedelics Capital Conference 2023
What We Know From New York’s Revised Cannabis Regulations
Last week New York’s Office of Cannabis Management (“OCM”) released revised Adult Use Cannabis Regulations (the “Revised Regulations”). The Revised Regulations do not make any major changes, however, the Revised Regulations do clarify the application procedures and some potential limitations on the … Read more about What We Know From New York’s Revised Cannabis Regulations
Proposition 118 Passes in Colorado: The Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) Program
In November 2022, Colorado voters approved Proposition 118, a ballot initiative that establishes a statewide paid medical leave program. This new law, known as the Colorado Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) program, provides eligible workers with up to 12 weeks of paid leave per year for … Read more about Proposition 118 Passes in Colorado: The Family and Medical Leave Insurance (FAMLI) Program
SENATE BILL 23-290 HAS PASSED THE COLOADO SENATE AND IS HEADING TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Colorado voters approved Proposition 122, or the Natural Medicine Health Act (“NMHA”) in November of 2022. The goal was to make “Natural Medicine” (as defined in the NMHA) available to those who could benefit from is use. Natural Medicine under the NMHA includes dimethyltryptamine, ibogaine, … Read more about SENATE BILL 23-290 HAS PASSED THE COLOADO SENATE AND IS HEADING TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Maintaining Cannabis as a Schedule I Drug Continues to be an Increasingly Difficult Stance for the Federal Government
Federal Prohibition is Preventing Widespread and Additional Research The Mayo Clinic recently published a special edition of its Mayo Clinic Magazine, titled Medical Marijuana: The Science and Benefits. It discusses how medical marijuana can be used to relieve pain, treat anxiety, and improve … Read more about Maintaining Cannabis as a Schedule I Drug Continues to be an Increasingly Difficult Stance for the Federal Government
ETHDenver 2023: Navigating Web3
At this year's ETHDenver Conference, founder and managing member Dave Rodman teamed up with Charged Particles and Bankless Ventures founder Ben Lakoff in a fireside chat on navigating Web3 safely and successfully. Starting with the most common misconceptions present with operating in the Web3 … Read more about ETHDenver 2023: Navigating Web3
Proposition 122 Passes in Colorado
This past November, Colorado voters approved the legalization of psilocybin mushrooms for personal and medical use. The Natural Medicine Health Act, commonly referred to as Proposition 122 (“Prop 122”) decriminalized the personal use and possession – for adults 21 and older – of … Read more about Proposition 122 Passes in Colorado
BL4SG: Security, Commodity, or Fiat?
Attending the Inaugural Blockchain Law for Social Good Conference, founder David Rodman joined the "Security, Commodity, or Fiat? Designing Regulations for the Money of the Future" panel dedicated to discussing the existing and future landscape of U.S. securities laws. Assessing the obstacles … Read more about BL4SG: Security, Commodity, or Fiat?