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Cannabis M&A: The Purchase Price and How It’s Paid

In this post, I want to get into what’s arguably the most important part of any cannabis M&A transaction – the purchase price and how it’s paid. There are virtually infinite ways to structure payment in these transactions, but we’ll take a look today at some of the most common structures and issues. To make …

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Suing a State Because You Didn’t Get a Cannabis License – Utah Faces Lawsuits over Marijuana License Approvals

The tussles surrounding cannabis licenses and different stats in the US are no new thing especially to those that are very conversant with happenings in the cannabis industry. With legalization and decriminalization being the central theme around cannabis in many climes around the world, it’s no surprise that it is consistently raising concerns.

Is NFL Player Julio Jones One of the Biggest Black Market Weed Dealers in California?

According to the court records, the complaint— Genetixs says that the NFL stars have not reported sales from the cannabis farm since March. The complaints estimate that the defendants have illegally acquired at least $3 million worth of cannabis each month since then. Meaning the NFL stars have harvested and sold over $15 million worth …

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This California City Rejected Marijuana. Now Cannabis Is An Official Tourism Draw.

Marijuana legalization came slowly to Modesto, California, a city of about 212,000 in the state’s Central Valley, a vast, flat expanse full of fields and farms intersected by freeways, new tract homes—and values hard to the right of the state’s coastal cities. For years, medical marijuana dispensaries were banned in Stanislaus County, of which Modesto …

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The New Paradigm of Integrated Pest Management for Cannabis

CANNABIS CULTURE – Part 3: Pest management tactics This third installment in a series on IPM covers the categories of potential management tactics that may be part of your IPM programs. Click here to read parts one and two. Integration of tactics A big emphasis in this series of articles has been how much goes …

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Hundreds of New Pot Stores Vie for Survival Even as Prices Drop

Some call for cap in saturated market as number of Ottawa cannabis retail shops grow. Ottawa is expected to see a tenfold increase of cannabis retailers by next year — a cause for concern among some who are trying to make a go of the business in a still fragile legal market. “I think we should cap it,” …

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Former owners of Curaleaf subsidiary to pay $500K to settle cannabis lawsuit

Oregon-based Cura Cannabis, one of the many subsidiaries owned by Massachusetts-based cannabis industry titan Curaleaf, agreed this week to pay $500,000 to settle a class action lawsuit over mislabeled marijuana vape cartridges. Former owners of Curaleaf subsidiary to pay $500K to settle cannabis lawsuit is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness …

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What Do You Do with a Billion Grams of Surplus Weed?

Cannabis legalization was supposed to be a licence to print money. Three years on, nobody is turning a profit. BACK IN 2018, during those months before Canada legalized recreational cannabis, things were good for the pot industry. Companies were being hyped as pioneers in “the green frontier” and “proof that money grows on trees.” Cannabis …

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FREE Webinar – Building a Cannabis Business in New York: An Operator’s Perspective

Register HERE! As New York entrepreneurs gear up to apply for state licenses to produce and sell regulated cannabis products, there are many unknowns surrounding how the business environment will develop. Michael Dundas founded and led one of the largest regulated cannabis businesses in Massachusetts from the inception of its medical program in 2012 until …

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