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David Standa's practice currently focuses on the rapidly evolving cannabis industry and how recently passed legislation, like state-level legalization statutes and the Farm Bill, impact companies with marijuana, hemp and CBD products. David also has considerable experience in business and consumer finance litigation as well as corporate, securities and regulatory assistance, food and beverage compliance and litigation, and health care litigation.
Cannabis, Marijuana, CBD and Hemp
David is a member of the Firm’s Cannabis Industry Group where he focuses on recent legislative developments impacting licensing and registration requirements for companies offering marijuana, hemp and CBD products. David has advised clients on topics ranging from obtaining state-level licenses, complying with seed-to-sale tracking requirements, creating appropriate internal policies and procedures. David spoken on webcasts and at conferences about the FDA’s regulation of CBD products, the potential liability arising out of CBD and edible marijuana products, packaging and labeling, and navigating Illinois’s Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act. This fall David will be speaking in a webinar about potential employer liability arising out of legalized marijuana and how to avoid it. David is also a regular contributor on the Firm's cannabis blog and co-host of the Joint Status Report podcast.
Food & Beverage Practice
David is also a member of the Firm’s Food & Beverage Industry Group. He has defended several spirits-industry clients in class actions alleging deceptive labeling and marketing practices. He has also assisted spirits-industry clients with compliance in the development of product labels.
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