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
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?
At this year's DCentral Miami conference, Dave Rodman spoke with fellow experts in the space on all things related to decentralized autonomous organizations ("DAOs"). Joined by Laura Cole with International Blockchain Legal LLP, Moish Peltz of Falcon Rappaport & Berkman PLLC, and Commonwealth's … Read more about DCentral Miami: Just DAO IT!
With young adults' marijuana use at an all-time high as states continue to pass legislation legalizing marijuana for medical and/or recreational use, the federal government is, at long last, taking a closer look. As we discussed in a prior blog post, cannabis reform initiatives recently made five … Read more about Medical Marijuana and Cannabidiol Research Expansion Act
The vacation rental market is getting a 420-friendly renovation as some industry business owners are starting to offer cannabis at select rental locations. With cannabis growing beyond the traditional confines of dispensaries and cultivation sites, the hospitality space appears to be the next big … Read more about Rise of Cannabis-Friendly Vacation Rentals
This November, significant efforts to legalize marijuana throughout the US are expected as multiple citizen-led initiatives are set to appear on several states’ ballots. Nineteen states currently have full medical and recreational legalization for marijuana, and yet there are 11 states that still … Read more about States Voting on Cannabis Reform this November
From gaming assets to a new form of event ticketing, the range of utilities and use cases of non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”) has only just begun to develop in recent years and appear as vast as the human imagination. Now, NFTs may also have a legitimate use in the legal system as a form of service for … Read more about You’ve Been Airdropped: Courts Approve New Method of Service
As virtually all NFT investors do, if you have an OpenSea account then you likely had your email address leaked in late June due to a company-wide data breach. This is not the first cyber-attack on the popular NFT marketplace but is yet another reminder to investors of the vulnerabilities of online … Read more about Crypto and NFT Asset Security