Technology, Privacy, and Regulation In An Evolving Industry (Webinar)
The cannabis industry is constantly evolving, with companies always looking to find innovative new ways to bring their products to customers. Exciting new partnerships such as between Leafly and Uber Eats to bring delivery to customers in Toronto are genuinely game changing.
How can cannabis companies stay ahead of the curve and identify the challenges such developments might present? What are the potential regulatory and privacy issues in regards to customers sometimes highly sensitive personal information? Join speakers from Uber, Truss Beverages and Torkin Manes to explore the intersection between Technology, Privacy, and Cannabis Regulation.
In this expert webinar, we will discuss how Uber and Leafly protect customer’s personal information, with the purchase or use of cannabis sometimes still stigmatised, as well as risks associated with cross-border information transfers, mean that cannabis retailers must exercise caution before sharing this information.
In addition to this intersection between technology and cannabis products, there has been a proliferation of new and innovative cannabis products entering the market. Our panel will discuss the regulation of cannabis infused beverages, regulatory challenges, risk management, and current trends.
- Matt Maurer – Partner, Torkin Manes LLP
- Roland Hung – Counsel, Torkin Manes LLP
- Ryan MacIsaac – Counsel, Uber
- Matt Harris – Legal Lead, Truss Beverage Co
This webinar is proudly sponsored by Torkin Manes LLP.
About Torkin and Manes:
Torkin Manes LLP is a full service, mid-sized law firm based in downtown Toronto. Our clientele ranges from public and private corporations, to financial institutions, to professional practices, to individuals. We have built our firm from the ground up—by understanding our clients’ business needs, being results-oriented, practical, smart, cost-effective and responsive.
Torkin Manes offers the services of 100+ lawyers covering the same areas of expertise as larger firms, but with all the advantages of a mid-sized, entrepreneurial law firm. We have chosen to work in a collegial, close-knit group that builds strong client relationships and a great law firm. We recognize that the correct technical response is usually only the beginning of providing full service; the value proposition for our clients is our creativity and innovation in applying the law to address their issues. We develop the best mix and number of lawyers and staff for each client file, keeping in mind a client’s need for efficiency and continuity.
About Business of Cannabis:
Since 2017, Business of Cannabis has highlighted the companies, brands, people and trends driving the cannabis industry in North America. We’re not just telling the story of the cannabis sector. We’re shaping it.
Business of Cannabis hosts a number of quarterly events and annual cannabis conferences in North America. In October 2023, 3rd Business of Cannabis: New York summit will return to the New York Academy of Medicine, bringing together over 400 of the most influential businesses, financial institutions and political thought leaders to shape the future of the State’s emerging legal cannabis industry.