The Most Influential Event in the Cannabis Industry Returns this December!

INCBA @ NCIA: The Cannabis Regulatory Rounds
December 15-17, 2021 • 5 CLE Credits
San Francisco, CA • Moscone Center
List Price: $300
INCBA Members: $200
Discount Code: INCBA2021


INCBA at NCIA 2021 Speaker Lineup

Next Live Webinar (Free for Members)



    Litigation Roundup
    Cannabis IP Litigation Update

    An overview of recent cases and trends in cannabis intellectual property litigation, including patent, trademark, and trade secret, and a discussion on best practices for Cannabis IP litigation matters.

    Live International Webinar



      After the federal election –
      where is Germany heading in cannabis policy?

      With the federal elections 26 September 2021, Germany is faced a possible turning point in cannabis policy. The last reform of the regulations on industrial hemp was 25 years ago, and medicinal cannabis was only legalised in 2017. All leading parties agree that a liberalization of recreational cannabis use must also take place. The webinar will discuss the results of the federal election, how likely full legalization will be and how it will affect the medical cannabis market.



        Social Equity and Justice for the Indigenous Community

        This CLE will focus on social equity and social justice issues within the indigenous community. Speakers will discuss tribal sovereignty, federal and state recognized tribes and barriers to entry for indigenous tribes into the cannabis industry. This CLE will examine pending federal cases and legislation that affects the indigenous community and present policy considerations to keep in mind when drafting cannabis legislation and regulations.

        On Demand October 15: Business Finance Law Module

        In-Person: Las Vegas



          Join INCBA As We Get Back To In-Person Events!

          This CLE will focus on social equity and social justice issues within the indigenous community. Speakers will discuss tribal sovereignty, federal and state recognized tribes and barriers to entry for indigenous tribes into the cannabis industry. This CLE will examine pending federal cases and legislation that affects the indigenous community and present policy considerations to keep in mind when drafting cannabis legislation and regulations.