When the voters approved to make recreational marijuana use legal in Massachusetts in 2016, employers immediately wondered how they were going to navigate these waters with their employees. Marijuana still remains illegal under Federal Law, which is putting...
South by Southwest [SXSW]. Music. Movies. Interactive Technology. Networking. Late Nights. And, now featuring the Cannabis Industry! I recently attended the SXSW Cannabusiness track in Austin, TX. The conference based track was lead by industry experts, lifetime...
You have established your marijuana business or dispensary. You have worked with a specialized insurance professional and crafted a specific cannabis insurance program. What can you do now to make sure you are controlling risk and premium in your organization? We...
Last week we covered the basics of buying insurance for a marijuana business in Massachusetts. This week, we’ll take a deeper dive into some of the risks we think you should be concerned about in your medical or recreational cannabis operation. Let’s start with a...
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