Our vigilant team of cannabis regulatory attorneys can help you build your business with confidence.
Once you obtain your marijuana or hemp business license, you must still work to maintain full compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Mistakes or even indifference about regulatory compliance can result in license revocation, monetary penalties, criminal sanctions, and even federal scrutiny and intervention.
Compliance with state and local rules and laws is crucial to the survival of your marijuana or hemp business. Adhering to these regulations is what allows you to keep your business’ most important asset: its license. Because the regulations, laws, and policies surrounding hemp and cannabis are complicated and constantly changing, you need lawyers experienced with both the written requirements and how those requirements are enforced. We have been navigating these waters since 2010 and our cannabis attorneys can help ensure you remain in compliance and your license and your business are safe.
Harris Bricken’s cannabis attorneys have served as compliance counsel to hundreds of marijuana and hemp businesses in California, Oregon and Washington and various other states, ensuring they remain in compliance with all applicable state and local regulations. Our regulatory attorneys also regularly advise marijuana and hemp businesses of the changing federal regulatory landscape.
Our cannabis and hemp regulatory compliance services include the following:
- State license application assistance
- Drafting and managing operational plans to be submitted to states and municipalities for operational licenses
- Advice and assistance on local permitting and licensing processes
- Periodic legal compliance audits
- Monitoring existing and changing federal, state, and local regulations for marijuana and hemp businesses
Sound complicated? It is. But with proactive planning and state-specific guidance from Harris Bricken’s cannabis regulatory team, you can rest assured that your business is on top of ever-changing federal, state, and local cannabis laws.