Recreational Marijuana is Coming and so Are Changes to Your Property! Part 2
January 27, 2020 | 10am-11am | ZOOM
Arizona voters recently passed Proposition 207 legalizing recreational marijuana. Changes will need to be made to your policies and procedures. Join local attorneys, Christopher Walker with Law Offices of Scott M. Clark, and Mark Zinman with Zona Law Group to get all of your questions answered.
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is the Managing Attorney at the Law Offices of Scott M. Clark, P.C. Mr. Walker dedicates his practice to representing single family and multi-family property owners and property management firms. Mr. Walker has keen knowledge of the issues single family and multi-family owners and operators face on a daily basis. Mr. Walker regularly provides legal counsel to the Arizona Multihousing Association and the National Apartment Association. Mr. Walker is a frequent author in state’s leading trade publication the Arizona Multi-housing Association News and for the Firm’s client publication, Clark Bars. Mr. Walker is an active member of the Institute of Real Estate Management and Arizona Multihousing Association and serves on the Arizona Multihousing Association’s Governmental Affairs Committee. Mr. Walker regularly advises on legislative initiatives and provides testimony before the Arizona House and Senate on bills related to the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.
The class will be taught by Mark B. Zinman, a partner with the Zona Law Group. Mark has been practicing exclusively in this area of the law for almost 15 years and is a regular instructor at the AMA. He is a former Board member as well as a lyceum graduate. Zona Law has been actively advising their clients about the changes in the industry as a result of COVID-19, through their firm newsletter as well as their podcast, which can be found on youtube.com and other mediums.
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