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As the Cannabis Industry Grows, Legalization Begets Litigation

Historically, the cannabis industry has been an unpredictable and dubious place to conduct business. When deals were negotiated in the black and gray markets, they most often were loose–knit “contracts” sealed with a handshake.

American Indian Tribe and Wisconsin Attorney General Reach Landmark Agreement Favoring Full Implementation of Tribe’s Hemp & CBD Control Program

The St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin, a federally recognized American Indian tribe in northwest Wisconsin, and the State of Wisconsin’s top law enforcement official, Attorney General Brad Schimel, reached agreement favoring full implementation of the Tribe’s hemp and cannabidiol (“CBD”) control program and establishment of a tribally owned and operated hemp business.

Consent Decree

The Parties, Plaintiff St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin, a federally recognized American Indian Tribe, and Defendant Brad Schimel, Wisconsin Attorney General, agree to the dismissal of the Tribe’s Complaint seeking declaratory judgment against Attorney General Schimel…

Garrett L. Davey,McAllister Garfield Attorney Discusses Cannabis Issues On Native America Calling

McAllister Garfield attorney, Garrett L. Davey, recently appeared on the nationally syndicated talk show Native America Calling to discuss cannabis issues in Indian country. Click on the links below to listen to a discussion of salient issues facing American Indian tribes seeking entry into the cannabis market. Monday, February 19, 2018 – Marijuana’s controversial cousin: […]