Cannabis Litigation 101: Arbitration

This is the second post in a series on various aspects of cannabis litigation. The title is admittedly a bit misleading, as arbitration isn’t really the same thing as litigation. That said, the two can intersect, and so understanding what arbitration is and is not, is important for cannabis businesses. After all, many contracts in […]


California Cannabis Zoning: Update on the County of San Mateo Case and CEQA

Did San Mateo’s new ordinance moot the CEQA issue? Last month, we blogged about the writ petition brought against the County of San Mateo by petitioners who alleged non-compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”). CEQA requires environmental review of discretionary projects to inform the public and government decision makers of the environmental consequences […]