Cannabis Law General Overview
A growing number of states have instituted a legalized and regulated cannabis marketplace, while others are poised to seriously consider ending cannabis prohibition. This emerging business development presents both challenges and opportunities affecting state and local governments; banking and taxation; real estate and land use regulation; healthcare and medical testing; and industries including food production, farming, packaging, and tourism. Brach Eichler’s Cannabis Practice is comprised of thought leaders across this industry spectrum. Our attorneys are uniquely qualified to navigate complicated and highly regulated marketplaces, while providing practical and informed guidance to entrepreneurs participating in this business.
Brach Eichler is well positioned to mentor you as the legislative and regulatory process for legalized cannabis emerges in New Jersey. We are ready to help you strategize and work through the legal and business issues facing your enterprise.
Strategic Cannabis Solutions Overview
Click here to read Brach Eichler's "Observations to Presumed Cannabis Bill Agreement."
Click here to read Brach Eichler’s most recent White Paper, "Ten Steps to a Billion-Dollar Marketplace: Facts, Observations, and Market Opportunity.”
Click here for our press release, “Legal Cannabis in New Jersey: Is This Joint Worth A Quick $1 Billion?”
Click here to read Brach Eichler’s White Paper, “The Business, Regulatory and Legal Challenges—and Opportunity—of a Legalized Cannabis Marketplace in New Jersey.”
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By: Kent D. Anderson, CIPP/US, Alex S. Capozzi, Edward P. Capozzi, Shannon Carroll, Matthew M. Collins, Corey A. Dietz, Susan K. Dromsky-Reed, John D. Fanburg, Stuart M. Gladstone, Lauren D. Goldberg, Joseph M. Gorrell, Carol Grelecki, Alan R. Hammer, Debra Lienhardt, Mark Manigan, Lucas A. Markowitz, Autumn M. McCourt, Kristofer C. Petrie, Allen J. Popowitz, Anthony M. Rainone, David J. Ritter, Cheryl L. Ritter, Dennis Shlionsky, Carl J. Soranno and Rosaria A. Suriano