Tag:Controlled Substances Act
Proof of Intent Required to Convict Doctors Under CSA, Supreme Court Rules
The court overturned two opinions by appeals courts, including one by the 10th Circuit, and ruled prosecutors must prove a doctor's intent.
U.S. Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Doctor’s Appeal of 10th Circuit Decision
The U.S. Supreme Court heard two appeals over what prosecutors must prove to convict doctors under the CSA.
10th Circuit: IRS Can Audit Marijuana Information
In one of several cases over the past years surrounding the Internal Revenue Service’s ability to investigate and impose tax consequences on marijuana-related business...
DEA Hemp Rule Raises Questions About Compliance
The release of a new interim final rule on hemp from the Drug Enforcement Administration in August has caused some concern within the hemp...
Fox Rothschild Elevates One to Partner
Fox Rothschild announced May 11 that Christopher Groen was elevated to partner in the firm’s Denver office. Groen practices in commercial litigation and represents companies...
Happy Birthday Revised Rule 8.4(c) — What Now?
Revised Colorado Rule of Professional Conduct 8.4(c) turns 2 years old on Sept. 28. The original rule provided “It is professional misconduct for a...
Operations Challenges for Marijuana Businesses Get Attention in Congress
Marijuana is still a Schedule I drug, but federal lawmakers are increasingly paying attention to the challenges the illegal classification creates for marijuana businesses...
Copious Rules (and Money) To Be Made in Hemp
With the enactment of the 2018 Farm Bill, the waiting game began for the federal government’s rules on hemp commerce. In the meantime, hemp-derived products...
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