In today’s HK Cannabis Law Newsletter, we present articles and information regarding a new consumer alert issued by the California Attorney General about dangerous illegal cannabis edibles, the MJBizCon 2021 expo in Las Vegas last week, a trademark infringement dispute between two California cannabis companies, the certification of the first two “comparable to organic” cannabis farms in the U.S., and more!
California Attorney General Rob Bonta issued a consumer alert warning about illegal, highly potent cannabis edibles being packaged to look like popular snack and candy brands and sold online and at unlicensed shops.
Over 1,000 cannabis businesses gathered in Las Vegas last week for MJBizCon 2021.
California’s Campaign Against Marijuana Planting has seized 1.2 million illegal plants and more than 180,000 pounds of processed marijuana so far in 2021, spearheading increased enforcement against illicit cannabis operators.
A trademark infringement lawsuit was filed on Tuesday in Orange County Superior Court by a California cannabis company, alleging that a rival company is infringing their “Breez” brand trademark.
California Certified Organic Farmers recently certified two California cannabis farms as the first “comparable to organic” farms in the U.S.
The cannabis industry is flourishing in the wake of COVID, with sales in the U.S. projected to reach $45.9 billion dollars in 2025, which would make the cannabis industry larger than the craft beer industry.