Arkansas Bill Seeks to Limit Advertising of Medical Marijuana Products

As the state’s first medical marijuana dispensaries gear up to open their doors, Arkansas legislators have been pondering just how they’ll be able to advertise their wares. On Tuesday, Governor Asa Hutchinson will be passing a bill that would curtail the places and people to which medical marijuana businesses are allowed to market. Central among…

Missouri Will Not Make Effort to Help Minority-Owned Medical Cannabis Businesses

Missouri hasn’t even begun to review applications from businesses looking to participate in its new medical marijuana program. But the state health department has already announced that it will not implement any measures or programs to boost minority-owned medical cannabis businesses. Two Democratic state lawmakers have each introduced bills that would compel the health department…

NYC Council Passes Bill to Ban Testing Prospective Employees for Cannabis

The New York City Council passed a bill on Tuesday that would ban companies in the city from requiring prospective employees to submit to drug screenings for cannabis. The measure is an attempt by the council to reduce the consequences of using marijuana. Last month, the council passed a resolution calling on the state government to…

Elements of a Premises Liability Claim

Property owners owe certain duties to people who visit their land, and any failure to exercise proper care could make the landowner liable in a premises liability claim. At Eskew Law, we have helped many people who have slipped and fallen or been injured in other ways at businesses and on private property. To bring…

What to Do after a Hit and Run in Indianapolis

As a leading car accident law firm, we routinely receive emails and phone calls from people stating, “I was involved in a hit and run accident, what now?” This question is perfectly reasonable. After a hit and run, you probably are quite shaken up and don’t know what to do. Fortunately, there are steps you…

50k Los Angeles Marijuana Convictions to be Dismissed, Reduced

As many as 50,000 Los Angeles marijuana-related convictions are to be dismissed or reduced, the L.A. District Attorney said, noting completion will not only align with California’s 2020 deadline for prosecutorial review of expungement for pot crimes – it will beat it by nearly 9 months. Los Angeles marijuana expungement attorneys understand this was made…