Sticky Business: Medical Marijuana and Compliance Concerns

July 29th at 11:00am EST

Register for the NSCHBC free, 60-minute webinar.

Currently 33 states and the District of Columbia have now legalized the use of medical marijuana. The fast pace and varied approaches seen in this emerging field have created a multitude of legal and practical considerations that can affect daily operations for organizations of all sizes.

Our presenters will provide an overview of the current state of the law and discuss the latest trends in medical marijuana regulations from state and national perspectives. They will then discuss how the traditional fields of business and corporate law must be applied to this rapidly-expanding industry. The presenters will also explore the impact of medical marijuana on the employment front, including with respect to employment law, workers’ compensation, unemployment benefits, reasonable accommodations, and drug testing.

Click here to register for the free webinar July 29th at 11:00am EST

Presented by: Daniel S. Zinsmaster, Esq. and Sydney N. Pahren, Esq. of Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP

   Mr. Zinsmaster is a partner in the Corporate Division and Health Care Law Practice Group at    Dinsmore &Shohl, and provides counsel and advocacy to clients on a variety of matters,    including health care compliance, strategic counseling, enforcement and litigation, as well as    telemedicine and telehealth issues. He has successfully represented cultivators, processors,    and dispensary applicants or license holders in numerous capacities, as well as counseled    health care providers and medical centers seeking to incorporate and leverage medical    marijuana as a treatment modality for their patients.

   Ms. Pahren focuses her practice on health care law, including transactional, regulatory, and    compliance matters. She counsels clients on a range of topics including fraud and abuse issues;    federal and state anti-kickback statutes and Stark; data, technology, and privacy matters, such    as telemedicine and HIPAA; and administrative appeals before government agencies. She also    counsels clients in the cannabis and medical marijuana industry, specifically relating to    licensing and regulatory compliance matters

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