Amanda N Connor, Krystal A Saab, Riana Durrett, Maggie McLetchie, Tisha Black
Various - Nevada Dispensary Association Panel Session
Nevada laws impacting the sale of CBD and THC products in Nevada
About Amanda N Connor, Krystal A Saab, Riana Durrett, Maggie McLetchie, Tisha Black
Amanda N. Connor attended the University of New Mexico School of Law where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. During law school, Amanda was an editor on the New Mexico Law Review and active in several student organizations. Since leaving law school Amanda's practice has focused on cannabis law, business formation and litigation. Amanda worked for Peifer, Hansen & Mullins, P.A. in Albuquerque, New Mexico and for Albuquerque Business Law before starting a boutique law firm - Connor & Connor PLLC - with her husband. Connor & Connor PLLC practices in personal injury, business law, and provides legal advice regarding marijuana laws. Amanda has been featured in and written for several publications including Newsweek, Marijuana Business Daily, Elevate, and Vegas Cannabis. She has also spoken at many events including NCIA's business summit, the Medical Marijuana Seminar in Nevada and the Marijuana Business Daily Conference. Amanda is a professor at Oaksterdam University and is an adjunct faculty member for Touro University. Amanda is licensed to practice in Nevada and New Mexico.
Riana Durrett, executive director of the Nevada Dispensary Association, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2005 and graduated from William S. Boyd School of Law in 2008. Durrett coordinates legislative and policy agendas for the cannabis industry and is responsible for researching and responding to various issues that impact dispensaries in Nevada. Durrett sits on the Board of the Nevada Taxpayer Association, serves as outside counsel to McLetchie Law, and serves as Ex Post Officio member to the Cannabis Law Section.
Krystal A Saab General Counsel at Nevada Organic Remedies, dba The+Source
Nevada Organic Remedies is a vertically integrated cannabis company in Nevada, acquired by Green Growth Brands in 2018
Krystal's role encompasses Government Affairs and Compliance, in addition to traditional legal responsibilities of managing outside counsel, contracts, litigation, employment, and regulatory issues.
Maggie A 2002 graduate of UCLA's School of Law, Maggie McLetchie is an experienced compliance and cannabis business attorney with a diverse legal background. Maggie practiced commercial law in California for five years and then moved to Nevada to work at the ACLU of Nevada. While she was there, the organization was involved in the efforts to create a statutory scheme to allow for medical marijuana businesses. This change was necessary to allow Nevada medical marijuana patients to exercise their state constitutional rights to use marijuana as medicine. Maggie later went into private practice in Nevada, where she has put her background and extensive skill set to work for cannabis businesses and investors. She started her work in the field by successfully representing the first dispensary to open in Southern Nevada. That representation included securing licenses and overcoming other regulatory hurdles in an extremely competitive process. Maggie now represents cannabis clients in connection with compliance matters as well as business sales and acquisitions, employment law, and litigation matters.
Hot topics in Nevada regulations, such as the creation of a compliance board modeled after Nevada's world-renowned gaming compliance board. The panel will discuss and field questions regarding licenses and other regulatory matters related to white labeling.