Guidance On The Fast Developing Cannabis Law.
If you are considering doing business in the cannabis industry, it is in your best interest to secure well-informed legal counsel who can guide you on properly understanding the federal and state regulatory landscape. Whether you are an individual considering a business opportunity or are already a well-established business owner, our team will help you navigate the myriad of rules and regulations which lead to licensing and operating in this new industry. We also counsel landlords and service providers that are considering doing business with cannabis companies.
Our attorneys guide clients on all business-related matters, including but not limited to, negotiating and documenting investments, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, commercial transactions, federal, state, and local tax matters, as well as day-to-day regulatory advice and general business counsel. Because we are a full-service law firm, our attorneys can also assist with issues involving product and professional liability, insurance, intellectual property matters, litigation, and labor and employment matters, including workplace training.
Below are some helpful links if you're interested in starting up a business in the cannabis industry:
Governor Hochul Announces The Office of Cannabis Management
Seeding Opportunity Initiative
What To Know About NY's New Adult Use Cannabis Laws
Adult Use | Office of Cannabis Management (ny.gov)
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Business and Individual Risks under Federal and State Cannabis-related Laws
Corporate and Financing Transactions
Entity Formation and Regulatory Compliance
Mergers and Acquisitions
Long-Term Care Regulations
LABOR & EMPLOYMENT
Licensing (to grow, process or dispense) and administrative matters pertaining to licensure
State and Federal Regulatory Issues
Planning and Strategy
Disclaimer: Possessing, using, distributing, or selling marijuana or marijuana-based products is illegal under federal law, even where a state law decriminalizes or legalizes such activities. Compliance with state law does not assure compliance with federal law. Any information on our website or in other written materials is not intended to provide any assistance in violating federal law.