Fla. Attys Get The Buzz On Entering Cannabis Law Field
Law360, Miami (November 4, 2016, 10:47 PM EDT) -- Lawyers eyeing the opportunities that could follow Florida's possible expansion of its medical marijuana program need to think about education, marketing and the ethics entering what is still an illegal industry under federal law, experts said at a conference Friday.
Legalized on various levels in 25 states, marijuana already represents a $6 billion industry, and that figure could grow significantly on Election Day. Florida — the nation's third most populous state — and eight other states are holding referendums on medical or recreational marijuana usage, attorney Gerry Greenspoon told attendees at Florida-based law firm GreenspoonMarder's first Cannabis Law and Business Conference...
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