Alicia Ashcraft, Esq., to be Sessions Panelist at upcoming NCIA’s Cannabis Business Summit and Expo in San Jose, California, July 22.
The featured Sessions Panel, “Compliance and Regulatory Focus; Unpacking the Evolving E-Cannabis Marketplace” to be hosted by the International Cannabis Bar Association is described as, “E-commerce and delivery services are making it easier for consumers to obtain cannabis, obviating the need to travel – sometimes long distance – to enter a brick and mortar dispensary. For consumers in rural areas or those with mobility impairment, these innovations are helping to ensure continued access to cannabis. Regulating this changing marketplace, however, presents challenges.
Should deliveries be made by dispensaries or by separately licensed third parties? If by dispensaries, then can they use third-party technology and logistical services? Who should be permitted to process the orders and payments and can they protect sensitive health information in medical markets? Should deliveries be allowed into municipalities where cannabis dispensaries are prohibited?”
More information and registration link available here.