Intellectual Property Issues and Strategies for the Marijuana Industry

Production Date: April 21, 2017 Practice Areas: Constitutional Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Marijuana Law Estimated Length: 3697 minutes


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This seminar, taught by Dean Fanelli, Partner at Seyfarth Shaw in Washington D.C., provides a detailed analysis of the current state of intellectual property laws in the United States as they relate to the protection of cannabis and the cannabis industry.

The program focuses on the background and potential policy shifts toward enforcement of marijuana laws under the current administration, how intellectual property rights as they relate to cannabis and the cannabis industry are protected and enforced in the United States, the future of the cannabis industry, and strategy tips for cannabis companies to protect their intellectual property.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how the cannabis industry is and is not protected by intellectual property laws
  2. Identify the effect of uneven state legalization and federal enforcement on advising cannabis industry clients on intellectual property claims
  3. Learn best practices for enforcing intellectual property for cannabis products
Gerald G.
Chantilly, VA

Feeling irie

Paul V.
Chesapeake, VA

Awesome class.

Susan L.
Alexandria, VA

this program was useful in the District of Columbia

Renee D.
White Plains, NY

Great course. Learned a lot- Thanks!

Petra S.
Beverly Hills, CA

Very good presentation!

Gene R.
Miami Beach, FL

knowledgeable lecturer

Peter C.
Manhattan, NY

thanks, informative.

Michael V.
Clifton forge, VA

timely topic interesting subject

Jeffrey T.
Lincolnton, NC

Speaker was clearly very knowledgeable, and the slides contained much useful information as well as cites to other material.

Jeremy A.
Raleigh, NC

Very interesting.