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Cannabis in-house counsel reflect on federal trademark frustrations

Rani Mehta, New York


In-house counsel at US cannabis companies discuss how federal trademark restrictions for cannabis products have affected their businesses and IP strategies

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US federal trademark restrictions for cannabis are a source of frustration for in-house cannabis lawyers, who want their brands to have the same protection as those in any other industry.

Reggie Gaudino, a consultant for cannabis testing and analytics firm...


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