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Texting customers without proper consent is risky business.  As we discussed here, there has been a flood of lawsuits over the past five years against companies large and small relating to their texting practices.  With many new entrants to
Continue Reading Cannabis Delivery Service Defendant Defeats Class Certification in Texting Case

The push and pull on CBD regulation continues.

Earlier this week, Minnesota Representative Colin Peterson introduced a H.R. 5587, which would regulate CBD as a dietary supplement.  Specifically, the bill would amend the federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
Continue Reading House Bill Introduced to Treat CBD as Dietary Supplement While FDA Grapples With Reporting Deadlines and Data Gaps

Today, the FTC issued warning letters to three companies selling CBD products.  The companies, which FTC did not identify publicly, allegedly illegally advertised CBD products as being able to treat or cure serious diseases and health conditions without competent and
Continue Reading FTC Issues Warning Letters to Companies Advertising Their CBD-Infused Products as Treatments for Serious Diseases

On August 19, 2019, the National Credit Union Administration (“NCUA”) made an economically significant change to the hemp banking landscape.  As is the case with cannabis businesses generally, hemp operations have faced considerable limitations with respect to access to traditional
Continue Reading Credit Unions Lending to Hemp-Related Businesses is Permissible