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You Can't Stop Cannabis: California Lockdown Means Marijuana Pitch Event Shines Online

Posted by Allison Margolin on March 24, 2020

March 23, 2020:  David E. Carpenter (Forbes Online)

So much for the worn-out idea that cannabis consumers are an idle lot. As millions of Californians wade into the second week of mass-lockdowns and unprecedented business closures, marijuana entrepreneurs are gearing up this week for an online pitch event that could see their businesses flourish.

Expungement Clinic: Free Webinar by Experienced Harvard Attorneys at Margolin & Lawrence on March 14, 2020!

Posted by Allison Margolin on March 6, 2020

Don't Miss Our FREE LIVE WEBINAR: March 14, 2020 | 11AM - 12PM 

Have a criminal record?  Interested in learning how you can get your criminal record erased or sealed?

Join Margolin & Lawrence Attorneys at Law for an in depth procedural analysis of how to get your criminal conviction expunged in California.  M&L will be broadcasting a free Live Webinar on March 14, 2020 from 11am - 12pm. Find more information on our website.  You can also enter your information to receive updates and reminders!

USDA drops DEA hemp testing requirement for 2020, while FDA acknowledges demand for CBD

Posted by Allison Margolin on March 2, 2020

Breaking News: 

Published February 26, 2020 | By Laura Drotleff

Federal agriculture officials will delay the requirement that all THC testing on hemp crops must be performed at laboratories registered with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

Cannabis News: DCR Grants An Additional Pre-Licensing Inspection Extension To Phase 2 Applicants Without Temporary Approval

Posted by Allison Margolin on February 29, 2020

Los Angeles, CA: 

by DCR Staff on February 26, 2020
To All Phase 2 Applicants without Temporary Approval:

Section 104.08(f) of the Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) authorizes the Department of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) to grant Applicants an extension to pass the pre-licensing inspection required by LAMC 104.08(a) due to extenuating 

Cannabis Forum Recap: A Growing Industry, Slow Regulations

Posted by Allison Margolin on February 27, 2020

Santa Monica, CA: 

The cannabis industry is complex to navigate, even if the plant is often viewed as a gateway to a simpler state of mind. To help food and drink entrepreneurs grow within it, experts presented data and insights last month at

Freedom Works: How Companies Stay Out of Jail - Cannabis Forum Winter 2019

Posted by Allison Margolin on February 26, 2020

Santa Monica, CA: 

Featuring: Allison Margolin, a founding partner of law firm Margolin & Lawrence, who brings years of understanding of the legal environment for cannabis businesses in California to attendees structure companies strong enough to withstand the shifting regulatory winds surrounding the growing industry.

Corona Could Allow Up To 17 Marijuana Stores

Posted by Allison Margolin on February 26, 2020

Corona, CA: 

By DAVID DOWNEY | ddowney@scng.com | The Press-Enterprise

PUBLISHED: | UPDATED:

Riverside County’s third-largest city may open the door to marijuana enterprises, while capping dispensaries at 17.

While that may seem an odd, arbitrary figure, it is based on round-number math: one marijuana storefront for every 10,000 residents in Corona, whose population is approaching 170,000.

Thousands of Marijuana Convictions Dating Back 60 Years Being Dismissed, 3 Weeks Ahead of Primary

Posted by Allison Margolin on February 24, 2020

CBS Los Angeles: 

In a sweeping move, Los Angeles Country District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced that her office has asked the court to

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This blog is not intended as legal advice and should not be taken as such. The possession, use, and/or sale of marijuana is illegal under federal law.