Edible Bites: Cannabis and Life Sciences Video Webinar Series

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Join McGuireWoods’ Kate Hardey and Royce DuBiner for their new Edible Bites video webinar series, serving up important information from the cannabis and life sciences industries. Kate and Royce focus their legal practice on regulatory and transaction work on cannabis, CBD and other aspects of the food and drug industry.

Episode 1: Series Premiere

Topics

  • Marijuana State of the States
  • Psilocybin: The Quiet Storm
  • Food for Thought

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Episode 2: FDA Guidance on Microneedling Products

Topic

  • FDA guidance on microneedling products

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Episode 3: FDA Compounding MOU

In this episode, Kate Hardey and Royce DuBiner discuss the newly released U.S. Food and Drug Administration compounding pharmacy memorandum of understanding.
Kate and Royce focus their legal practice on regulatory and transaction work in the life sciences, cannabis, CBD and other aspects of the food and drug industry.

Topics

  • Key Provisions and Product Shipping 
  • Food for Thought

Episode 4: Extended Wrap Edition – Lighting Up the Adult-Use Market

In this episode of the Edible Bites video webinar series, McGuireWoods’ Kate Hardey and Royce DuBiner talk to Amanda Ostrowitz of Fyllo (formerly CannaRegs). Tune in as the trio reviews which states are coming online related to the adult recreational-use marijuana market.

Topics

  • What’s happening in Illinois
  • Newly legalized markets
  • Food for thought

Episode 5 – Weed at Work: Employment Law Trends

In the newest episode of the Edible Bites video webinar series, McGuireWoods’ Kate Hardey and Royce DuBiner talk to John Thomas, an attorney in McGuireWoods’ Labor & Employment Department. Tune in to their discussion of employment law trends, how different state laws for medical and recreational cannabis are affecting employees and how organizations should think about them going forward.

Topics

  • Trends in employment drug testing
  • Protections for off-duty use
  • Balancing employer and employee rights
  • Food for thought

 

 

 

 

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