Even though marijuana remains illegal under Federal Law, twenty-eight states have legalized marijuana for
While recent polls have shown that up to 60% of Americans now support the legalization of marijuana, the Federal government still maintains that marijuana is an illegal Schedule 1 narcotic. Regardless of state law, companies and consumers in the marijuana industry are technically violating the Federal Controlled Substances Act of 1970.
This course, presented by Hanan Kolko (materials prepared by
Another good discussion.
Very clear presentation.
Extremely clear presentation regarding an otherwise confusing area of the law. First rate presentation.
great lecture about murky subject
This instructor used the current political scene to explain the new laws. Great!
Mr. Kolko did a terrific job efficiently summarizing a complicated and quickly-evolving area of law.
Very interesting. Well done.
Excellent presentation, by a very well informed person. It was clear, concise, and he did an excellent job explaining the material.
Very substantive discussion of an area of law which is in a state of rapid change. Excellent speaker.
Very clear and well organized
Excellent presentation. Very informative.
I am an expert in this area of law and can say without a doubt this presentation was spot on.
Speaker was clear and organized and knowledgeable
Excellent presentation - one o;f t;he best of the presenters on LawLine
Brilliant. I never would have caught the tax implications. May save a client or two down the road.