Costa Rica recently made a big move towards creating a sustainable cannabis industry when it enacted its Law for the Medical and Therapeutical Use of Cannabis and the Food and Industrial Use of Hemp (Ley del Cannabis para Uso Medicinal y Terapéutico y del Cáñamo para Uso Alimentario e Industrial). This law is intended to ensure Costa Ricans will have safe and affordable access to cannabis products.
But this new law has created nearly as many questions as it answers.
To help answer these questions and to learn more about the state of cannabis (and its future) in Latin America as a whole, we urge you to join Desirée Barahona (attorney at Arias Law in Costa Rica), Jorge González (attorney at Pittaluga Abogados in Uruguay) and Adrián Cisneros Aguilar (attorney at Harris Bricken in Mexico) for what is certain to be a fascinating discussion regarding cannabis in Latin America. Germán Rojas (attorney at Arias Law in Costa Rica) will be moderating the discussion and it will focus on the following:
The current and future state of Latin America’s cannabis, hemp and CBD laws
Cannabis law challenges in implementing cannabis laws in Latin America
Best practices for entrepreneurs seeking to participate in Latin American cannabis
If you are operating a cannabis business in Latin America, or even just contemplating doing so, we urge you to join us on Tuesday, May 31st at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time, 11:00 a.m. Mexico City Time and Noon Eastern Time for this FREE discussion by registering HERE!