How Land Use and Natural Resource Regulations Are Shaping the Legal Cannabis Industry

APA Planning & Law Division


Thursday, March 21, 2019
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. EDT

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This webinar will explore how various land use and natural resource regulations shape the development of the legal cannabis industry. The scope of the conversation will range from regulatory options municipalities may consider as the legal cannabis industry develops to how individual businesses are fostered or stifled as a result of certain regulations. One goal of this webinar is to help practitioners identify key cannabis industry issues they should consider in working with either government officials or business owners.


Erin Lapeyrolerie

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Sunshine Lencho, Esq.

Invited Speaker

Tsion “Sunshine” Lencho is a graduate of Stanford Law School and cannabis law expert assisting companies, lawmakers and consumers in navigating the complex regulatory environment of medicinal and adult-use cannabis globally. Formerly corporate counsel at Privateer Holdings, Ms. Lencho supported portfolio companies and brands including Leafly, Tilray, Marley Natural, and ... Read More

Joanna Hossack, Esq.

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Joanna Hossack is an attorney at Clark Neubert, LLP in Sacramento and San Francisco. Ms. Hossack is an expert in California’s Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA). She counsels cannabis businesses at all stages, from entity formation to transactional issues. Ms. Hossack also focuses on water ... Read More

Christina Sava, Esq.

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Christina Sava is an associate attorney at Anthony Law Group, a boutique cannabis law firm in Oakland, California. She serves as outside counsel for seasoned and startup cannabis businesses. Ms. Sava helps clients navigate regulatory requirements, including the complicated local permitting process that must be navigated when starting a new ... Read More

Karla Chaffee

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Karla Chaffee is Counsel in the Boston office of Robinson & Cole where she focuses her practice on land use permitting, due dilligence, and litigation as a member of the firm’s Land Use & Real Estate and Development Groups. She has spoken on marijuana regulation and studied medical and recreational marijuana ... Read More

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