The Michigan Bureau of Marijuana Regulation (BMR) says yes, cannabis brand licensing is legal in Michigan
On March 21, 2019, the Bureau of Marijuana Regulation (BMR) released an advisory bulletin. This bulletin states that a cannabis brand or recipe can be licensed to a licensed facility. If you have an existing brand and want to get into the legal market, this may be a way to get there without having to obtain a full MMFLA license for yourself.
Likewise, if you have questions regarding either licensing a brand or obtaining an established brand call the Michigan Cannabis Lawyers at 517-512-8364.
How to License a Cannabis Brand or Recipe in Michigan
Michigan medical marijuana licensed facilities can now enter into licensing and royalty agreements based on the number of units sold.
Specifically, The BMR will require a copy of the contract which must include the names of the individuals involved.
This is good news for companies that have established brands and or unique recipes as they may now be able to capitalize on the brand or recipe without obtaining a license under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Facilities Licensing Act (MMFLA).
Again, if you have questions regarding either licensing a brand or obtaining an established brand call the Michigan Cannabis Lawyers at 517-512-8364.
Leave a message below to contact James R McGillie, our cannabis brand lawyer. He is also the Michigan Cannabis Lawyers intellectual property specialist.
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