California Cannabis Coalition for Model Industry Standards is the first clearinghouse for California Cannabis industry standards, best practices, safe harbors, and solutions. There are numerous conflicting federal and state issues to reconcile including real estate, banking, investing and lending. The Coalition seeks to convert all related industry and consumer diverse and conflicting self-interests into comprehensive workable solutions, standards, and safe harbors.
New industries require new laws and new relationships which often conflict. When the Federal government and the state governments (“California”) are in a state of confliction, and during the years to follow, the industry and consumer require reconciliation of diverse conflicting interests. CMIS has served that role successfully during the Great Recession, and now CCCMIS is now available as a clearinghouse for new standards, best practices, safe harbors and solutions. All related interests and associations should participate to achieve success for the industry and its consumers.
“We are in historic times. This year has proven that change is the only certainty. Changes ... are numerous, systemic and of philosophical and structural significance. The many changes to date are simply a prelude to the number and scope of changes that are coming. We will continue to see changes in government and propreietary ...programs...” “Ultimately our children and grandchildren will sit back and ask, why did they punish the weak, and reward the strong – when they could have
strengthened the weak and strengthened the strong at the same time?” No this is not Mr. Rydstrom speaking to the Cannabis industry, this is Mr. Rydstrom speaking to the new mortgage modification industry while in a state of crisis back in 2006, 2009. The same is here for the Cannabis industry. Reconciliation is a mandate to succeed. CCCMIS will step up and fulfill that function.
All Cannabis associations and networks and their lobbyists are called to cooperate and join in our efforts to jointly reconcile diverse self-conflicting interests.
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SOLUTIONS: Rydstrom has developed several lawful solutions as starting points:
SmartCannabisLease ( http://smartcannabislease.com ) which deconflicts federal and state law presumptive facts. Another is the TaxSmartBuildout (http://smartbuildout.com ) which integrates lines of business with IRC 1245/1250 tax smart construction property flowing into beneficial entity structures. Rydstrom says, after 28 years of litigation, tax, FASB and business experience, safe and lawful best practices and safe harbors are available to the multidisplinarian mindset, to the limit of law.
California - SmartCannabisLease
Smart Cannabis Addendum But what can an attorney do to protect interests which conflict with the federal government? An attorney along with the help of a commercial real estate broker can fashion an Addendum which establishes the lawful and factual foundation upon which a client may legally enter the lease safely, and in cases of the tenant who is a prospective Cannabis licensee, ensure that the terms and conditions do not violate the vast new Cannabis licensing regulations proposed November 17, 2017 and Cannabis tax regulations proposed November 19, 2017.
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Short Bio Chairman, Rich Rydstrom, Esq.:
Richard Rydstrom, Esq. was Chairman of CMIS Mortgage Coalition reconciling diverse disparate interests of the banks and the consumer borrowers in developing neutral solutions to the Great Recession of 2007, including the HAMP mortgage modification program with the U.S. Treasury and the foreclosure and consumer interest groups. When the 110th Congress wanted a neutral analysis and congressional statement regarding the problems and solutions of the pre Great Recession, they chose Mr. Rydstrom. When the banks and consumer groups wanted a formal explanation and speech regarding the first HAMP Mortgage Modification Program outline from President Obama and the U.S. Treasury, they chose Mr. Rydstrom. Mr. Rydstrom also served as a settlement officer for all California Superior Courts in Los Angeles. Richard is also a member of the Mediator Registry created when Los Angeles lost its funding to settle lawsuits in its VSO Progam. “I was very impressed with your preparation, tenacity, and skill ... I learned how to fine tune my ADR skills by virtue of watching you in action...” Peer Endorsement as ADR Officer
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