March 2019

Janssen Malloy LLP Obtains $3.2 Million Judgment for LA Client

Janssen Malloy LLP recently obtained a $3.2 Million judgment for a client attacked and mauled by a Black Russian Terrier dog in Los Angeles.  Our client, who was walking her dog with her husband in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles, was attacked by a large dog that had escaped from the owners’ property.  The dog bit and mauled her arm and hand, causing permanent nerve damage and scarring.  The animal’s owners had continued to allow the dog to escape, despite four prior incidents in which the dog had bitten people.  The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Animal Control Division con

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Interim State License Blues May Be Delayed to the End of 2019

Under current law, temporary California commercial cannabis licenses expire 120 days from the date they were issued, unless the applicant applied for an annual state license, in which case the temporary license may be extended for two additional 90 day periods. But with CalCannabis backlogged on issuing state annual licenses and provisional state licenses, many interim permits are set to expire leaving some commercial cannabis businesses in the state application process without a legal means of operating this year.

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