Budtender Lawsuit Claims Workers Are Paid In Weed, Paid Under The Table, Or Not Paid At All
A class-action on behalf of budtenders is just one legal concern for the budding cannabis industry.
New York Governor Signs Bill Decriminalizing Cannabis Possession
The decriminalization of small amounts of cannabis is significant progress for social justice initiatives.
In Some States, Medical Marijuana Users Must Choose Between Ganja or a Gun
The Federal Government says gun owners can't use marijuana. States believe otherwise. Legal chaos ensues.
Marijuana in Maine: Slow Motion Crawl Toward Adult-Use Sales
An obstructionist governor has drastically slowed the already complicated process of creating a regulatory structure from scratch.
Is Drug Testing Employees Required in Legal States?
The answer to that question is complicated. Read on to find out how to protect yourself or your company.
She Co-Founded One of the First Investment Funds in the Cannabis Industry
U.S. banking regulations making cannabis the toughest business there is for funding and investing.
Cannabis Legalization Isn't a Sure Thing and the Industry Can't Afford to Stop Fighting
We've come a long way towards national legalization, but it's far from a done deal.
Luxury 'Bong' Maker Faces Unique Trademark Infringement Dilemma
How do you argue those counterfeit water pipes are illegal under trademark law when the original is illegal under federal criminal law?
9 Business Ideas for People Looking to Cash in on the Marijuana Boom
Want to get in on the green rush but don't want to grow or sell pot? Here's a list of promising ancillary cannabis businesses to start.