Avoiding Cannabis Antitrust Litigation

The Barristers Club Cannabis, Alcohol and Regulated Industries Section and the BASF Antitrust and Business Regulation Section present
Avoiding Cannabis Antitrust Litigation
Corporate cannabis: the antitrust laws growing cannabis businesses should be aware of

Date Wednesday, August 31, 2022
MCLE Registration 11:30 am - 12:00 p.m.
Virtual Program 12:00 - 1:50 p.m.
MCLE 1.25 Hour



Kevin Dalia
Horst Legal Counsel
Greenbridge Corporate Counsel
Jason Horst
Horst Legal Counsel
             Thomas Tyson
            Sheppard Mullin

Paige Pembrook

The cannabis industry is growing like a weed. Cannabis businesses are becoming larger and the licenses will eventually consolidate into a handful of license holders. However, these businesses will need to abide by certain laws while conducting their mergers and takeovers. Learn to identify antitrust issues for the businesses you represent and illegal anticompetitive activity unique to the cannabis industry.


  • A summary of general antitrust law as it relates to the cannabis industry
  • Summary of the first-ever cannabis antirust case in California: RCC v. Richmond Patient's Group
  • Review of issues attorneys of large cannabis companies should be aware of

Section Chair

Kevin Dalia, Paige Pembrook, Lauren C. Capurro (Russell) and Cortlin Lannin

Event Code: B221200

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8/31/2022 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Online only CA

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