Hall Estill to present at Denver Startup Week - Cannabis & Intellectual Property: Strange Genetics
August 14, 2019
Hall Estill, Oklahoma’s leading law firm, with offices in Denver, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, and Northwest Arkansas, is proud to announce they will be participating in a panel discussion at this year’s Denver Startup Week.
The panel session, “Cannabis and Intellectual Property: Strange Genetics”, will be held on Monday, Sept. 16, from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. MST at CTRL Collective Denver. Alongside, cannabis industry expert Justin Henderson of Peak Dispensaries, participating Hall Estill lawyers include: Jeff Schell, Moderator; Cannabis Attorney John Hickey, Panelist; IP Attorney Randy McCarthy, Panelist; and IP Attorney T.J. Mantooth, Panelist.
“We’re excited to be part of this year’s Denver Startup Week to help entrepreneurs navigate the complexities of launching their businesses,” said Jeff Schell, Of Counsel in Denver for Hall Estill. “Our panel will highlight case studies that point to emerging trends and issues facing businesses in the cannabis and hemp industry.”
The panel will point to specific success and failure stories in the cannabis industry, including misappropriation of cannabis business names, fraudulent licensing issues, emerging issues associated with industrial hemp legalization, marketing of CBD products, and the unique patent, trade name and trademark issues associated with cannabis-related activities.
Hall Estill’s Cannabis Law Group provides business advice for those in the cannabis and hemp industries, including growers, processors, dispensaries, and transporters. With expertise in practice areas that affect cannabis and hemp businesses, Hall Estill assist clients on a range of issues, including state licensing, regulatory compliance, transactional agreements, IP, corporate structuring, real estate issues, and tax and banking issues.
In its seventh annual year, Denver Startup Week brings together more than 17,000 attendees across Denver’s entrepreneurial community for a weeklong event with 417 programs, including presentations, panels, workshops, happy hours, celebratory events, job fairs, and more.
The weeklong event Sept. 16 - 20 is intended to unite the entrepreneurial community in Denver and beyond, and celebrate great companies, innovation, ideas, and people. To learn more about the event visit www.denverstartupweek.org