• Posts by Natalie Moszczynski

    Attorney Natalie Moszczynski is a valuable ally for physicians and health care and life sciences organizations, guiding them through corporate, transactional, and regulatory matters.

    Natalie represents clients in all ...

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A major update in cannabis law was announced by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Attorney General (AG) this past Tuesday, April 30, 2024 regarding their intent to ease restrictions on cannabis. The DEA plans to recommend that cannabis be rescheduled as a Schedule III substance under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). This announcement follows mounting federal support over the course of the last few years to reschedule cannabis, which has been listed as a Schedule I substance since 1970.

Although it is possible to change the schedule status of a substance per the CSA via ...

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As of September 25, 2023, Bill A4151 was approved by the New Jersey Senate and is now law in New Jersey. This approved bill amends the existing New Jersey recreational cannabis regulatory landscape. Bill A4151, or P.L. 2023, c.162, (the “Amendment”) revises and waives certain restrictions currently imposed on owners of cannabis establishments. Prior to the enactment of the Amendment, Class 5 retail license holders and their owners, were prohibited from holding interest in other Class 5 retail licenses because horizontal expansion is otherwise prohibited under the state’s ...

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New York State cannabis agencies and related individuals were served with a lawsuit from four New York veterans (Carmine Fiore, William Norgard, Steve Mejia, and Dominic Spaccio, collectively, the “Plaintiffs”) related to the cannabis market and licensing structure on August 2, 2023. The Plaintiffs are alleging that under the Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary (“CAURD”) licenses, state officials have been favoring “Justice Involved” individuals over disabled veterans in the application process. Their lawsuit has thus far led to the issuance of a ...

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