ANN ARBOR – Jonathan Miller of the US Hemp Roundtable discusses the latest federal legislation that impacts Hemp farmers.
Miller serves as the general counsel to the U.S. Hemp Roundtable, the hemp industry’s leading national business advocacy organization, with member companies and organizations that represent every link of the hemp product chain, from seed to sale.
Jonathan also serves as the Member in Charge of the Frost Brown Todd law firm in Lexington, Kentucky, where he has emerged as one of the nation’s leading advocates for the legalization of hemp. Upon leading successful lobbying efforts that laid the groundwork for news laws that legalize hemp and hemp-derived CBD, Miller serves as a trusted counsel to dozens of companies in the industrial hemp space, with his full-service complement of law partners offering client counsel on issues ranging from intellectual property to corporate transactions to FDA regulation. Additionally, Miller helped lead the successful legal battle against the DEA’s 2014 efforts to ban the importation of hemp seeds for Kentucky pilot programs.
In his nearly two decades of public service, Miller held numerous senior positions in state and federal government, including two terms as Kentucky’s elected State Treasurer, serving as Kentucky’s Secretary of Finance and Administration, as Deputy Chief of Staff of the U.S. Department of Energy, and as Legislative Director for Congressman Jim Cooper (D-TN).
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