Redefining Medication While in Line with the TSA Your bags are packed, you’re ready to go, you’re standing here outside TSA, You’d hate to wind up with a criminal record… Did you pack medication? Will they land you in federal prison? Is your pill box TSA approved? Because you’re leaving on a jet plane, don’t…

Attorney Justin Walsh was featured on a KOMO News piece focusing on the rise of CBD. Before Washington State’s first CBD Expo, Justin spoke with KOMO News’ Connie Thompson regarding labeling CBD products and its role as medicine vs supplement. The new piece and video can be found on KOMO News’ webpage.

Justin Walsh is no longer a Superlawyers.com Rising Star and has become a full-fledged Super Lawyer! After seven consecutive years as a Rising Star (2012-2018), Gleam Law is pleased to congratulate him on the honor. The Super Lawyer status is reserved for attorneys who consistently demonstrate excellence in practice. Only 2.5% of attorneys in Washington…

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Gleam Law Reddit IAMA (Ask Me Anything) Attorneys and members of Gleam Law, PLLC will be hosting a question and answer session on Reddit’s Ask Me Anything subreddit on April 22, 2019 at 9am PST/12pmEST. Bring any questions you have about cannabis, CBD, and the evolving world of legal marijuana. We are cannabis lawyers at…

With the Passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, states are scrambling to update their Hemp Pilot Programs and replace them with permanent hemp laws and regulation. Washington State is no exception. On January 16, Senate Bill 5276 (officially titled “Authorizing hemp production in conformance with the agricultural improvement act of 2018”) was introduced. In its…

The state of Oregon is rich with history surrounding cannabis. After its longtime prohibition, Oregon was the first state to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of cannabis, a huge stepping stone in the massive cannabis industry we see today. In 1998, Oregon passed Ballot Measure 67, one of the first ballot measures in the…

United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS) filed suit against the operators of United Pot Smokers, UPS420.com, and UPS.green. Their complaint, filed in California’s Central District Court, includes claims of “federal trademark infringement, federal false designation of origin, federal trademark dilution, state trademark infringement, state trademark dilution, state unfair competition, state unfair business practices, state false advertising,…

This article first appeared in The Stranger, written by Lester Black.  Ten Washington Lawmakers Claim Liquor and Cannabis Board Has a “Toxic Culture” The bipartisan group is calling on Governor Inslee to rescind the nomination of an agency board member. Washington’s weed regulator is in hot water after a bipartisan group of ten state lawmakers…

A bipartisan bill aimed at “reforming the compliance and enforcement provisions for marijuana licensees” in Washington passed through committee with a “Do Pass” recommendation. HB 1237-S has yet to be scheduled for a vote. If it does pass in its current form, it will usher in sweeping enforcement and penalty changes for Washington’s legal cannabis…