Start Date: 10/11/2018 11:30 AM PDT
End Date: 10/11/2018 1:30 PM PDT
Venue Name: Crow Canyon Country Club Location:
711 Silver Lake Drive
Danville, CA United States 94526
BOMA Oakland/East Bay
On November 8, 2016, California voters passed Proposition 64, the Adult Use of Marijuana Act
, legalizing the personal use of cannabis for adults over 21, and creating a regulatory program for nonmedical cannabis. However, it is up to local cities and counties to determine how they will allow for licenses for commercial cannabis activity which has led to a lot of confusion. As a commercial property owner and manager learn about how different cities in the Bay Area are handling marijuana sales and issuing licenses for retail stores, issues to consider when leasing to cannabis operators, and how their operations will impact your building.
, Ringgenberg Law Firm PC
Attorney Kieran Ringgenberg advises clients on the complex and rapidly changing requirements to obtain state and local licenses to operate in the cannabis industry, and how to stay abreast of, and comply with, the emerging regulatory regime.
The goal of Ringgenberg’s cannabis industry legal practice is to further California's leadership as a model for responsible operation of legalized cannabis, guided by effective licensing and regulations. Core to all of this work is an understanding of how business structures and operations affect eligibility for licensing and regulatory compliance, and the unique needs of the cannabis industry given the governing legal structure.
Kieran graduated magna cum laude from NYU Law School, where he served as Executive Editor of the NYU Law Review. Immediately after law school, he served as law clerk to the Honorable Pasco M. Bowman of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.
Kieran is admitted to practice before the California Supreme Court, all the federal district courts in California (the Northern, Central, Southern, and Eastern Districts of California), the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the United States Tax Court, and the United States Supreme Court.
, Grow Builders, Inc.
Antrim's firm, Proforma Construction is an award winning “Design and Build
” and “Design Assist
” general contracting firm looking for commercial real estate building projects. We offer one-stop shopping for commercial construction projects. We have built over 600 commercial projects in the last 30 years. Proforma holds an A ( General Engineering), B ( General Contracting) and C( Specialty) category California state licenses including a “H” hazmat license (need this for some volatile manufacturing transactions) and have 2 certified LEED’s design engineers, both HIPAA and OSHPD experienced staff and are members of the California Society of Healthcare Engineers Inc. Other commercial arenas in which they have constructed projects include: multi-family, hospitality Including (several Marriott Court yards, and the Marriott at the SF Airport in Burlingame) Hyatt, Embassy suites, and Travel Lodge locations), retail, office, hotels/motels, restaurants, medical/dental, industrial, R &D, Warehouses ( We built and syndicated for sale industrial/warehouse condos) and built four clean rooms for Silicon Valley Tech companies, GE & IBM among them.
, Kennedy Wilson
Mr. Troughton specializes in saving cities and jobs through private equity real estate transactions. He has created real estate opportunities that have become working places for thousands of people and led to the creation or redevelopment of millions of square feet of commercial and industrial buildings. Some of the impressive results of his work have been residential conversion projects that have produced over 1,000 units of newly entitled housing opportunities, and a "re-invention" of commercial condominiums in multiple local markets with sound partnerships. His efforts have led to numerous proclamations, awards and congratulatory letters for transactions from the California State Governor, members of Congress and Senate and local jurisdictions. He is a long-standing member and supporter of local educational foundations, Chambers of Commerce, Libraries and Rotary chapters.