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Hemp and CBD Law: The Legal Landscape & Outlook for a Booming But Largely Unregulated Industry



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Description: With the burgeoning public interest in CBD (cannabidiol), hemp and hemp-derived products have come into the mainstream. The 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp and its derivatives and gave the USDA authority to partner with state departments of agriculture to regulate hemp cultivation. The 2018 Farm Bill did not, however, limit the FDA’s ability to regulate consumable goods. The FDA has taken the position that hemp-derived CBD cannot be lawfully added to foods or dietary supplements given that CBD has already been approved as a drug by the agency. The state regulation of hemp and hemp-derived CBD products greatly varies, resulting in a patchwork of rules and policies.
 
Harris Bricken attorneys Daniel Shortt, Nathalie Bougenies, and Griffen Thorne — plus our new presenter Anastasia Gilmartin, General Counsel at CBD product maker OLEO Inc. — will discuss how the current legal landscape of hemp-derived CBD is affecting stakeholders. They will discuss both the 2014 and 2018 Farm Bills, unpack the FDA’s position on various products containing hemp and/or CBD (including food, beverages, cosmetics, dietary supplements, drugs, and smokeable products), provide an overview of state laws on the topic, and provide their own insight into where this industry is headed.
 
What you will learn:
 
  1. Why the 2014 Farm Bill still matters.
  2. What the 2018 Farm Bill changes.
  3. How the USDA and states are regulating hemp cultivation.
  4. How the FDA treats the distribution of various products containing hemp or CBD.
  5. What states are doing to regulate hemp and hemp products.
       6.     Practical considerations in transporting hemp and hemp products.
       7.     Why labeling hemp-derived CBD products is important but not easy.
       8.     Where the industry is going.



Practice Areas: Business Organizations & Contracts
Online Media Type: Video
Production Date: 07/25/2019
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 39 Minutes
Online Format: On Demand

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Speakers:
Daniel Shortt - Harris Bricken, Seattle
Nathalie Bougenies - Harris Bricken
Griffen Thorne - Harris Bricken
Anastasia Gilmartin - General Counsel | OLEO, Inc.
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