Connecting Cannabis - Pot Brothers at Law
Connecting Cannabis: Craig and Marc Wasserman (Pot...

On this episode of Connecting Cannabis, Craig and Marc Wasserman, Founders of Pot Brothers at Law, join Hilart “Art” Abrahamian (COO, WebJoint) for a conversation on the nation’s cannabis vaping epidemic, going viral with their “Shut the Fuck Up” campaign, and licensing/regulations in California’s market. The Pot Brothers at Law seemingly blew up overnight with

Connecting Cannabis: Aaron Riley (Cannasafe Testin...

Aaron Riley, Founder of Cannasafe, joins Hilart “Art” Abrahamian (COO, WebJoint) for a conversation on testing products in California. Cannasafe is one of the largest labs in the state have established themselves as one of the most trusted testing facilities carrying an ISO certification. Aaron answers questions regarding failed products that reach the market (and

As of June 30th, brands’ cannabis products w...

Yes, you read that right. As of June 30, 2019 many brands’ products will be non-compliant due to the updated package regulations by California’s BCC. The California Department of Public Health has mandated that “any inhalable cannabis product” should be marked with the universal symbol. This means that hardware, like vapes and vape cartridges, will

METRC compliance automation saves ton of time
METRC and Your License: When should you be reporti...

When should you be reporting to METRC? The licensing structure for the California cannabis industry is complex and confusing. Mix in the tech infrastructure of METRC and you’re thrown deeper into confusion.  If you’re a cannabis delivery service and have struggled with the ambiguity of the BCC, you’re not alone. Many cannabis deliveries are fighting