NJ Publishes Initial Rec Rules Vincente Sederberg To Hold Explanatory Webinar August 26th

Here’s their press release. Probably worth tuning into.

New Jersey Releases Regulations Governing Adult-use Cannabis Market


Attorneys and regulatory specialists from national cannabis law firm Vicente Sederberg are available to provide commentary and analysis; VS will also host a webinar August 26 featuring leaders of its New Jersey practice, the New Jersey League of Municipalities, the New Jersey CannaBusiness Association, and the U.S. Cannabis Council


TRENTON, N.J. — The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission on Thursday adopted initial rules and regulations that will govern the state’s forthcoming adult-use cannabis market.


Final Rule Summary


NJAC 1730 Personal Use Cannabis


CRC Fee Schedule

Attorneys and regulatory specialists from the New Jersey office of national cannabis law firm Vicente Sederberg LLP are available to provide commentary and analysis. The firm will share a summary of the regulations on its VS Insights blog by early next week, and it will host a free public webinar on August 26 (see below for details).

“The rules govern many aspects of the process for accepting license applications, including priority access for small businesses and businesses that are owned by disadvantaged groups,” said Cranford-based VS counsel Jennifer Cabrera, who leads the firm’s New Jersey office. “While the CRC did not specify the timing or contents of the forthcoming Notice of Applications Acceptance, we now have a framework for licensing.”

All six classes of license are available as annual licenses, microbusiness licenses, and conditional licenses. An upcoming application for testing licenses will also be available.

In addition to licensing, the rules cover a wide range of areas, including standards for packaging and labeling; guidelines for cultivators, manufacturers, and retailers; and the authority of municipalities. The rules are effective immediately and will remain in place for one year.

“The adoption of regulations and licensing guidelines is an important step toward establishing a legal adult-use cannabis market in New Jersey,” said VS partner Adam Fine. “The rules take into account the lessons learned in other states and provide the framework for a dynamic, equitable, and responsible cannabis industry. We applaud the commission for developing them in a timely manner and keeping the process on track.”

About the Webinar 

On August 26 at 1 p.m. ET, VS will host a free public webinar, “Diving into New Jersey’s Cannabis Regulations,” led by Cabrera and VS counsel Heather Kumer. In addition to providing an overview of key elements of the regulations, they will lead a discussion about the new rules with New Jersey CannaBusiness Association President Edmund DeVeaux; Clinton Town Mayor Janice Kovach, who serves as president of the New Jersey State League of Municipalities; and Tahir Johnson, Director of Social Equity and Inclusion for the U.S. Cannabis Council. Register now and find more details at