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Cannabis businesses face unique risks and challenges, and insurance slowly gaining its footing on how to properly insure this budding industry.

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(Photo: Lumppini/Shutterstock.com) Many in-house counsel, according to a report published by ALM and Shook, Hardy & Bacon, have growing concerns over cannabis-related litigation.(Photo: Lumppini/Shutterstock.com)

Fifty-six percent of general counsel and in-house counsel believe in the next couple years they will need to increase their legal resources to keep up with the cannabis market, according to a report published by ALM and Shook, Hardy & Bacon.

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