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NACB TAX & ACCOUNTING SYMPOSIUM 2018: OVERVIEW & RESOURCES

As part of its mission to assemble a community of top advisors and businesses in cannabis, on July 10, 2018 the NACB conducted its second Symposium, focusing on issues relating to tax and accounting in the cannabis industry.

NACB Members and Blue Ribbon Affiliates received exclusive access to this event, which was hosted by the acclaimed advisory firm CohnReznick and featured speakers from other premier firms and top-ranked boutiques, including Jones Day, FTI Consulting, Harris Bricken and BLY CPA.

You can download the NACB Legal Symposium Handbook below, along with PDFs of each presentation from the event.

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  July 18, 2018

NACB LEGAL SYMPOSIUM 2018: OVERVIEW & RESOURCES

As part of its mission to bring its members valuable thought leadership and tools to help them Be Ready™ for the regulatory uncertainty facing the cannabis industry, on January 22, 2018 the NACB conducted the first NACB Legal Symposium: Preparing for 2018 and Beyond, an event focused on the critical issues of banking, finance and regulation in the cannabis industry.

Hosted by the international law firm Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, and produced exclusively for NACB members and associates, the NACB Legal Symposium featured speakers from premier law firms and top-ranked boutique firms with dedicated cannabis expertise. They included Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, Jones Day, Davis Polk, King & Spalding, Torys, Hoban Law Group, Harris Bricken, and Frontera. Additional participants included NACB industry partners and experts, who helped shed light on the shifting and expanding cannabis landscape.

You can download the NACB Legal Symposium Handbook below, along with PDFs of each presentation from the event.

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  February 05, 2018
 
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