Eric is a corporate-trained entrepreneur with a management and strategy focus. He has experience in datacom, real estate, international trade, and cannabis tech. In the last 4 years, Eric has invested in 40+ companies, joined 3 investor networks, helped launch 20+ companies, joined the board of 5 companies, and advised for many, many more. He currently serves as CEO of maxiaNET, VP of Max InterAmericas, and CEO of Canopy San Diego.View the profile
The Agricultural Labor Relations Board is the state agency tasked by statute to regulate cannabis cultivators in their labor relations with their employees and unions interested in organizing and representing those employees in collective bargaining. The law provides that employees have certain rights to come together and speak to the employer about working conditions they want changed or created or followed because those conditions are mandated by other state laws. Workers also have the right to support and organize their fellow workers to support a union and to have an election to vote for union representation. Whether its for protesting working conditions or supporting union(s), it is against the law for employers to retaliate against them in any fashion. Both CDAFA and BCC licensing require cultivation licensees to attest that they are an agricultural employer under our law and the relationship that the LPA creates between an employer and union(s) creates conditions that must be strictly followed which otherwise may leads to an unfair labor practice charge . If a violation is found, then, under both CDFA and BCC rules the annual license may suffer repercussions. In cooperation, with the other state labor agencies (EDD, Labor Commissioner, CAL-OSHA, CDTFA and SCIF (Workers Compensation), have formed a panel presentation to inform the industry about the requirement to be and stay in compliance with our laws.View the profile
Lila Fedler is a Franchise Tax Board spokesperson and serves as a Technical Assistant to the Advocate. Lila is an Enrolled Agent with the Internal Revenue Service, and began her career with the Franchise Tax Board in 1980. Lila currently works directly with the Taxpayer Rights’ Advocate to assure that the taxpayers have been afforded the protections of the Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights. With her more than 37 years, Lila has acquired a broad range of experience covering both personal income and corporation tax laws. In addition to her experience as a Franchise Tax Board Auditor, Protest Hearing Officer, and Audit Technical Specialist and Reviewer, she worked in the private sector as a Senior Manager in the state and local tax practice at a top public accounting firm, headquartered in the West, providing consulting services to public and private middle-market enterprises in many different industries.View the profile
July 2000 through January 2005 Associate Safety Engineer Oakland District Office Enforcement, February 2005 through May 2011 District Manager Fremont/San Jose District Office Enforcement, June 2011 through September 2014 District Manager San Francisco District Office EnforcementView the profile
Chris started his first business in cannabis after a successful career in banking where he had become a senior executive as the #2 in lending by the age of 34. Chris left the banking industry during the 2008 financial crisis after recognizing the emerging market opportunity in the softening politics around marijuana.Since entering the cannabis space, Chris has successfully developed a few ventures from concept to exit. Most notably, he created and sold one of the largest retail delivery companies in cannabis (M Delivers/1-800-CANNABIS), a licensed store in San Diego (Apothekare), the first statewide and multi-state B2B wholesale distribution company (Calyx), and has also crafted a supply chain service from concept to multi-state public company (Driven).Mr. Boudreau is Chair of the Board for the San Diego and Orange County Cannabis Industry Alliance, and has been active serving on the Board of the California Cannabis Delivery Alliance, as Chair of the Distribution Committee for California Cannabis Industry Association, on the Policy Committee for the California Distribution Association, and as an active member of CCIA, NCIA, and the NACB.View the profile
Janelle Callahan began working at the California Secretary of State’s office in 2015. Janelle is a senior attorney in the Business Programs Division. Janelle specializes in cannabis issues affecting multiple program areas of the California Secretary of State’s office. In this capacity, Janelle has worked on cannabis-related business entity and trademark matters as cannabis law has progressed from the Compassionate Use Act era into to today’s commercial medicinal and adult-use framework.View the profile
About the talk
Learn the information you need to navigate issues relating to business registration, taxes, insurance, workers compensation, occupational health and safety, and labor protections. At this panel you can acquire free resources and consult with specialists and from the Secretary of State, Franchise Tax Board, Employment Development Department, State Compensation Insurance Fund, CAL/OSHA, and the Agricultural Labor Relations Board.
02:12 Is canna-business in the jurisdiction of OSHA?
03:10 Does OSHA have any canna-business resources?
04:01 Common issues with canna-businesses
05:27 Agricultural Labor Relations Act
14:06 LLC, corporation, or partnership?
33:10 Employer requirements in California
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