Alert: Cannabis and HR webinars you should not miss!

Originally Published : December 10, 2021

Dear HL Clients and Friends:

We have two important and exciting webinars coming up. Cannabis is here and the time is now to start putting your team together and digging in. Also, HR in the hospitality world has never been wilder. Learn about what’s coming and what you need to do in 2022.

Canna Chat Webinar : How to Win a License | December 21st , 2021 | 2:30PM

As promised, Canna Chats are back! It is now confirmed that license applications will drop in 2022, and we’re putting on a special Canna Chat for those people want to make a serious run at winning a license.

On Tuesday, December 21st, we’re going to get technical. David Helbraun will moderate a panel featuring a top application writer who has a stellar track record of successfully securing license approvals in multiple states. He will be joined by our own Joey Regs who has quickly become one of the leading cannabis attorney in New York.

We’re going to get deeper into the weeds with the application process and will update everyone on how the New York scene is shaping up now that we have a fully populated Cannabis Control Board and first draft regulations are about a month away.

For serious cannabis entrepreneurs only.

Register here:


HR Confidential Webinar | December 13th, 2021 | 11:30AM | Register Here

We welcome you to join us at this month’s HR Confidential Webinar, “2022: Ready or Not, Here it Comes”, on Monday, December, 13, 2021 at 11:30 AM. We’ll be covering pressing Year End topics as well as current issues of note.

You can expect:

  • Information on upcoming 2022 regulatory changes, like the newly required written notice of electronic monitoring that may occur at work, which must now be posted and given to all employees upon hiring.
  • The return of the (modified) 80/20 rule that has everyone bamboozled, clarifying when an employer may take a tip credit.
  • What we know and don’t know about New York State’s new retirement fund auto-enrollment for the vast number of private employers and what its implementation means for your business.
  • Finally, tis’ the season, which means holiday parties. We will briefly cover the Holiday Party Liability Buffet, and help you weigh the pros, cons, and best practices of hosting an end-of-year celebration for your employees.
    See you all very soon. Bring your questions and your festive holiday wear (non-mandatory, but highly suggested).

You can register here