Cannabis legalization compels a new era of banking in Canada. Learn how to navigate the law to avoid potentially costly ramifications and complex lawsuits.
Many Canadian banks operate internationally, with increasingly integrated operations. With the legalization of cannabis, they face an increasingly complex regulatory and legal web.
As a legal professional, or someone involved in banking or the cannabis industry, you must get prepared to competently navigate the new legal and regulatory landscape given the impact to both domestic and foreign banking operations and transactions. A clear understanding of the intersecting regimes is essential to prevent violations and unintended foreign lawsuits.
Join leading Canadian & US banking law experts in this 90-minute OsgoodePD online webinar for essential guidance and best practices to effectively deal with these compounded challenges and to protect your clients’ – and your own – interests.
You’ll get an overview of the new regime, including a succinct overview of the ground rules and how to navigate the risky junctions of asymmetrical legal requirements, including:
PLUS! You will have ample opportunity to ask questions, and all registrants will receive 90-day access to the program archive.
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2-3 delegates: 25% off program fee
4-10 delegates: 30% off program fee
11+ delegates: 35% off program fee
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