dwkl Posted March 15 Report Share Posted March 15 Marijuana in Michigan hit record highs last year, with organizations benefitting more than $221 million in the period of December 2022 alone as per a state report. Yet, as the quickly developing industry keeps on growing, a few organizations are starting to fall behind. Last week, Skymint, one of the top cannabis manufacturers in Michigan went into receivership in the wake of defaulting on a $127 million credit. Don’t be sad Like always the smart, the strong, the ones with good product, the ones that evolve will continue to thrive and profit. “It’s just what happens sometimes in business and you have to fight to survive. It’s a continuing evolution, It’s survivable. We have a case we have been working with that has gone into receivership and it is turning a corner and moving forward” said Attorney Michael Komorn of Komorn Law. Komorn Law specializes in cannabis business services as well as legal defense. Cannabis Regulatory Agency Report Links Adult-Use Marijuana Licensing Reports Medical Marijuana Licensing Reports Monthly and Quarterly Statistical Reports LARA Legislative Reports Visit the The Michigan Medical Marijuana Association (MMMA) Public forums for guests and members of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Association. This is an open forum related to a variety of topics from legal issues to growing for medical use to strains and more. Other Posts Cannabis companies will progress despite rise in receivershipsMarijuana in Michigan hit record highs last year, with organizations benefitting more than $221 million […] CRA Disciplinary Action Rpt – 2023 FebCRA Takes Disciplinary Action Against Licensees in Detroit, Kawkawlin, Warren, Mount Morris, Wayne, Owosso, Chesaning, […] Michigan Cannabis Company Skymint suedMichigan-based cannabis cultivator and retailer Skymint is in receivership after a Canadian investment firm filed a lawsuit […] Police Stop By Uninvited?If your house or business has been raided for cannabis related crimes by uninvited law […] Jobs That Don’t Drug Test – 2023 Employment Guide for Medical Cannabis Patients21 Companies & Jobs That Don’t Drug Test. Not just your self owned local record […] Marijuana operation busted in northern MichiganOn the state’s east side, in northern Michigan, state police shut down a significant marijuana […] The Drug Enforcement Administration has classified delta-8 and -9 THCO as controlled substances.The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has declared that two cannabinoids, delta-8 THC-O and delta-9 THC-O, […] Pot is making people sick and Congress is playing catch-upPolitico By BEN LEONARD 02/06/2023 05:30 AM EST When Gallup asked about legalizing weed last year, two-thirds of […] Who is Raj MehtaRaj Mehta is a fully state licensed therapist who has treated celebrity clients, professional athletes, […] Michigan Marijuana Sales Exceed $221 Million In DecemberMichigan marijuana sales reached a record-breaking high in December, according to state data. While medical […] Tags 2020 2021 Adult Recreational Use Adult Use breathalyzer cannabis Caregivers CBD Controlled Substance coronavirus CRA Driving drugged driving DUI Education Event Hemp Komorn Law Lab Scandal LARA LARA-BMR Laws legalization Marijuana medical marijuana michigan Michigan Legislature Michigan News Michigan State Police MMFLA MMMA MRA MSP News pandemic 2020 Patients Recreational regulations Release science smell taxes USA USA News world news LEGAL ADVISORY – Rules, Regulations and laws may have changed after this information was posted. It is up to the reader to research and determine the current status of those items. It is always best to consult an attorney that has experience and is focused on the cannabis industry. One of the most well known law firms in the industry since 1993 is Komorn Law The post Cannabis companies will progress despite rise in receiverships appeared first on Michigan Medical Marijuana. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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