This article about the new vaping laws and regulations provides a practical overview of the things that all sellers of vape products should know, including sellers of delta-8 THC, CBD, and hemp extract.
Category: Processors and Manufacturers
In this video podcast, Rod discusses the intersection of law and science that arises from cannabis use and driving. Traditional DUI tests are primarily oriented towards detecting alcohol impairment. Do these tests work for cannabis impairment? If not, is it possible to create cannabis-specific testing protocols, and accompanying laws and regulations, that accurately measure impairment while not unjustly criminalizing unimpaired cannabis users?
Prop 65 requires businesses to provide warnings to Californians about significant exposures to chemicals, including THC. Must hemp products containing naturally-occurring THC bear the Prop 65 warning? In this article, I contend the answer is “no”.
In this video, Rod discusses delta-8 THC, CBD and cannabis in Europe and Mexico, the role of international treaties in cannabis reform, California’s Proposition 65, and the FDA’s position on CBD, among other cannabis issues.
Online sellers of hemp vapes and CBD vapes are implicated in a new federal law that places stringent requirements on retailers of vaping products.
There are many challenges with advising clients or potential clients about ∆8, one of which is the fact that many states across the country regulate hemp, hemp-derived CBD, and ∆8 differently. As a result, there is no “one-size-fits all” answer to whether ∆8 products can be manufactured, distributed, or sold within a given state.
Listen to Rod and other industry experts discuss the dichotomy between patenting psychedelics compounds and promoting free and open research, the complexities of South American cannabis in Europe, the 12,000 year old relationship between humans and psychedelics, a side by side comparison of two hallucinogenic substances, and how well various cannabinoids permeate the skin.
HIA and RE Botanicals filed a second legal action against the DEA regarding the Interim Final Rule (IFR). Kight Law is proud to be part of the legal team.
On Friday, October 2, 2020, I will be discussing hemp business law along with my colleague, Tyler Russell, and Professor Marne Coit of NC State University for a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar. I hope you can join us.