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Hot sauce and glue: Why marijuana’s intellectual property rights are getting hotter and stickier

25 Oct Hot sauce and glue: Why marijuana’s intellectual property rights are getting hotter and stickier

By Kristen Nichols A flurry of marijuana lawsuits are roiling the industry’s confusing intellectual property landscape, with trademark and trade-secret fights signaling big changes for the business. The legal disputes - from Ohio to California - show that long-simmering tensions over intellectual property in the marijuana sector are growing as the industry matures. Hot sauce and glue: Why marijuana’s intellectual property rights are getting hotter and stickier is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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