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Lloyd Pierre-Louis (Member, Columbus), Daniel Briggs (Associate, Columbus), and Benton Bodamer (Member, Columbus) recently published an article, “Guest Column: 8 Things Cannabis Businesses Need to Know About Using Receivership,” in Cannabis Business Times. COVID-19 has heavily impacted the cannabis industry, and though deemed “essential,” many businesses are having a hard time seeking relief due to the industry being illegal in the eyes of the federal government. Their state-compliant but federally illegal status excludes them from CARES Act Funding and other Coronavirus-specific federal debt relief measures. As a result, cannabis operators and pre-operators could find themselves in need of contractual relief from existing debt. Some cannabis businesses may find assistance through a receivership. Click here to read more.
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