Hemp Isn’t Green, It’s Grey – Navigating Hemp and Hemp Product Regulations

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Course Description

This program was recorded on May 27, 2021

The 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp from the Federal Controlled Substances Act and, in theory, paved the way for the limitless potential of hemp and hemp-derived products. However, the industry has been riddled with numerous discrepancies such as state-by state regulatory differences, the disconnect between legislative interpretations and enforcement, and the federal limitations on permitted hemp and hemp-derived CBD products. This course will cover these very differences, their effects on the industry, and how to navigate this industry by addressing these regulatory grey areas with creative solutions.

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Course Agenda

Attorney Mio AsamiMio Asami
Mio Asami, born in Los Angeles and raised in Seattle, grew up sharing time between the United States and Tokyo, Japan. Following an unconventional path, she possesses a background in transactional business law, intellectual property law, and videography. Mio is a licensed attorney in California with a focus on the Los Angeles, aiding businesses navigate licensure and development in an emerging industry.

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Course Agenda

  • Overview of Hemp past regulations: the 2018 Farm Bill, COVID’s extension of the 2014 Farm Bill
  • Overview of Hemp Final Rules published by the USDA
  • Notable state-specific regulations (e.g., Oregon’s post-harvest testing regulation)
  • Hemp and hemp-derived products: the most common product-types in the market
  • Biggest issues facing the hemp industry:
    • FDA’s position on CBD as an additive in food, beverages, and dietary supplements
    • Shipping hemp and hemp products
    • Delta-8 tetrahydrocannabinol
  • Moving forward
    • Changing law enforcement presumption from cannabis to hemp
    • Lab accreditation and validity of Certificates of Analyses
    • Assessing risk and cost-benefit of certain hemp products
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