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Vicente Sederberg LLP has helped governments and businesses shape, implement, and navigate cannabis laws and regulations for more than a decade


NEW YORK — National cannabis law firm Vicente Sederberg LLP will host a webinar Thursday at 2 p.m. ET exploring the latest developments and issues surrounding cannabis legalization in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. Register now for the free event at

The online event will feature a panel of VS attorneys, including leaders of the firm’s New York office, who are working on cannabis policy and regulatory matters with policymakers and stakeholders across the tri-state region. It will also feature special guest Michael Huttner, managing director of Young America Capital.

The panel will explore a variety of questions on the minds of regulators, entrepreneurs and existing cannabis businesses, including:

  • Will New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy sign the current adult-use bill on his desk, or is it back to the drawing board for the Legislature?
  • Will this be New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s big year for cannabis legalization, and if so, will the CRTA or MRTA make it to law?
  • Will Connecticut surprise the region by enacting adult-use legalization before New York?
  • How big are these markets and what will they look like?
  • What are the acquisition opportunities, and how can businesses raise capital in this ambiguous environment?


About the Event

WHAT: “Are We There Yet?: Exploring Cannabis Legalization in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut,” an online panel hosted by Vicente Sederberg LLP

WHEN: Thursday, February 4, 2021, 2 p.m. ET

WHERE: This free event will be held online; register now to receive a link to the event

WHO: Moderated by Andrew Livingston, Director of Economics and Research at Vicente Sederberg LLP

Featured panelists:

Michelle Bodian, Senior Associate at Vicente Sederberg LLP

Jennifer Cabrera, Counsel at Vicente Sederberg LLP

Elliot Choi, Counsel at Vicente Sederberg LLP

Michael Huttner, Managing Director at Young America Capital