Overview

Legalized cannabis is a rapidly expanding industry in the United States, with a growing list of jurisdictions now regulating its use for medical or recreational purposes. Businesses in this industry face unique issues and require smart, strategic advisers to assist with legal planning, regulatory support, compliance strategies, and corporate guidance.

Our notable national practice in securities, banking, investments, and financial institutions, and our in-depth knowledge of regulation and extensive industry and regulatory network uniquely positioned us to build a robust and client-centered Cannabis Law practice. The Cannabis Law Group at Bressler consists of attorneys with skills and experience in a broad range of practice areas providing the depth and flexibility client's need to capitalize on various opportunities within the legal cannabis industry, and to successfully navigate the complexities posed by the piecemeal regulatory scheme.

We developed our Cannabis Law practice to meet the unique needs, challenges, and opportunities of our clients  both in and alongside the cannabis industry. Companies and entrepreneurs involved in the legal cultivation, processing, and distribution of cannabis, as well as those providing ancillary services, face an array of legal issues, including banking, licensing and regulatory compliance, financial crime compliance, corporate formation and governance, commercial transactions, products liability, and insurance coverage analysis. Cannabis growers, distributors, dispensers, retailers, processors, and investors and other providers also turn to Bressler for practical and efficient advice on tax issues, real estate, intellectual property, and employment law.

Drawing on our understanding of the complex issues impacting businesses in this space, our interdisciplinary team of attorneys leverages our legal strengths to offer clients the practical and timely support they need to thrive in this growing and ever-changing industry.

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