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    • California May Impose New Fines on Businesses that Aid Illicit Cannabis Market

      Licensed cannabis businesses struggle to compete with the black market, evidenced by the fact that roughly 80% of cannabis sales in California are illegal. Because they don’t pay taxes or comply with ...

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    • Surviving 2020: 7 Tips for Cannabis Business Owners

      Even before the chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic, running a cannabis business in the United States has been a tremendous challenge due to stringent compliance laws, high taxes, and competition with the ...

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    • San Diego Forms Cannabis Permitting Bureau

      To better enforce regulations, San Diego is creating a new Cannabis Permitting Bureau . This bureau may revoke permits on a substantial scale, targeting facilities and dispensaries that have violated ...

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    • Surviving 2020: 7 Tips for Cannabis Business Owners

      Even before the chaos of the COVID-19 pandemic, running a cannabis business in the United States has been a tremendous challenge due to stringent compliance laws, high taxes, and competition with the ...

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    • Prepare Your Business for COVID-19 Litigation

      Your business might already be struggling to survive due to quarantines and non-essential business shutdowns. More difficulties may be on the horizon, however, as consumers and other parties may ...

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    • Does Your Business Interruption Insurance Protect Your Company During COVID-19?

      You may assume your business insurance policies mitigate your risk of loss during unavoidable catastrophes like the COVID-19 pandemic . Unfortunately, every policy is unique, and some may support your ...

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    • Applicability of the “Force Majeure” Doctrine on Contract Performance

      The rapid spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused significant disruption to our personal lives, professional lives, and business operations across California and the world. Many individuals ...

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    • Preventing Employment Disputes from Getting Out of Hand

      We’ve all had complaints with our employers from time to time. But sometimes a simple employee frustration can boil over into a serious legal complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ...

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    • Starting a Home-Based Business in California

      There are few things more exciting than venturing out on your own and starting a new home business, and at the end of the year, people tend to start thinking about their futures even more than usual. ...

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    • When Should I Consider a Joint Venture for My Business?

      Although often confused with a business partnership, a joint venture agreement looks very different. Unlike a partnership, your joint business venture will allow both parties to maintain a distinct ...

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    • Weedmaps Investigation Threatens Black Market & Encourages Licensed Businesses

      One bewildering contradiction in the U.S. marijuana industry is the fact that cannabis is legal in some states but federally prohibited in all areas. Fortunately, the Justice Department has adopted a ...

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    • Cannabis Industry Looks to Governor Newsom for COVID-19 Relief

      In March, California Governor Gavin Newsom included the cannabis industry in the list of essential businesses that can remain open during the COVID-19 shutdown. Yet cannabis businesses throughout the ...

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    • Cannabis Tax Hike Worries California Business Owners

      In November, California officials announced that taxes for cannabis excise and cultivation will increase next year. The excise tax will increase from 60% to 80% on New Year’s Day, while cultivation ...

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    • Former Chipotle Manager Awarded $8 Million for Wrongful Termination

      The former manager of a Chipotle Mexican Grill in Fresno, who was accused of stealing over $600 dollars, was awarded nearly $8 million dollars by a California jury for wrongful termination. In 2015, ...

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    • Home Businesses & Zoning Laws

      Your local planning department has established zones for mom and pop shops (commercial zones), large factories (industrial zones) and homes (residential zones). While certain local zoning ordinances ...

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