For the last 20
Analysis of how to implement cannabis legalization “on the ground” has been particularly lacking in the largest metropolitan area in the United States—New York City—even though a full
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Noah Potter is a commercial litigator and appellate attorney practicing in New York City
He is of counsel to Hoban Law Group, the first nationwide cannabis business boutique law firm, where he is a member of the Litigation Practice Group and the Government Affairs Practice Group. He has been a drug policy advocate for more than two decades of drug policy reform advocacy in New York City.
Noah served as chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Committee on Drugs and the Law from 2006-2009 where he designed original programming on issues such as New York City cannabis policy, the theory and practice of regulated drug markets versus criminal markets, physician liability for opiate prescription, and conflicts between state and federal cannabis law. Since 2010 he has presented original analysis of cannabis and psychedelic law on his blog, Psychedelic Law, including a deconstruction of the DEA’s legal theory for maintaining cannabis prohibition.
Great presentation, he covered the DOB, ECB and BSA,
Timely information clearly presented. Insightful treatment of policy issues.
Very good coverage of a trending topic.
good lecture about future legal issues involving legalization
Great presentation from a knowledgeable presenter who clearly knows a lot about the context as well as the budding law. I would highly recommend this CLE to anyone interested the field.