We Provide Employment Law Services to the Cannabis Industry in Washington State
- Employee Handbooks
- Employment Contracts
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Hiring & Termination
Properly managing your cannabis related employees can be easy if you have the right documents and guidance in place. We counsel our clients in all phases of employment relations. Our attorneys handle a broad range of traditional labor and employment matters including employment contracts, wage and hour issues, employee policies and handbooks, unfair labor practices charges, workplace investigations, and employment litigation. We provide in-house training for management and employees. In addition, we assist clients with workforce planning, recruitment, hiring and terminations as well as providing counsel on resolution of workforce complaints.
We collaborate with our I-502 employer-clients to identify their training needs, review policies and practices and tailor training programs that we or our clients can deliver to advance our clients’ business goals.
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Carney Badley Spellman is a Seattle Washington law firm that offers legal services to a diverse clientele in the U.S. and internationally. Clients range from startups to closely-held businesses to Fortune 500 companies. Our services include Business and Employment Law, and Litigation.
- Congress is Attempting to Legalize Hemp in the US
- Washington’s Appeals Court agreed with the State Attorney General’s opinion on local marijuana bans
- US Department of Justice Announcement
- Trump Administration Taking Step That Could Threaten Marijuana Legalization Movement
- Washington Attorney General and Governor push back against US Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ comments on Washington’s regulated marijuana industry
- New Marijuana Legislation awaiting Governor Inslee’s Signature
- Cindy Flynn Presents at Seminar on Issues Facing the Marijuana Industry in Washington State
- Seattle is Going Gourmet with Marijuana and Tourism
- DEA Will Continue to Classify Marijuana as a Schedule 1 Substance
- Microsoft is the First Big Company to Service the Marijuana Industry
- Without notice, the King County Council imposed an emergency four-month moratorium on I-502 marijuana businesses in unincorporated King County areas
- US Supreme Court rejects Nebraska’s and Oklahoma’s challenge to Colorado’s legalized recreational marijuana laws
- Medical dispensaries are rolled into regulated system, significantly increasing the number of Retail Stores in WA
- I-502 processors now have to submit a picture of the product, labeling, and packaging to the LCB for approval of all edibles
- I-502 consumers will have more protections and consistent products than those currently available to medical marijuana users
- Colorado and Washington residents have a love/fear view of legalized marijuana according to Avvo survey