High Expectations: Business Keeps Heating Up in Cannabis Law Area

October 1, 2018, Of Counsel, by Steven T. Taylor

It’s an easy legal profession trend to identify.  As the fourth quarter of 2018 unfolds, cannabis law contains all the indicators of what makes a law practice area hot:  An infusion of money, growing consumer demand, an industry bursting with talent, strong technology components, heavy regulatory complexity and, most of all, legislative changes that open up commerce, or in this case, legalize commerce.  As state after state pass laws making marijuana legal, business heats up quickly and demand for attorneys skilled in cannabis law – which requires expertise in employment, environmental, state regulatory, financing, and other issues – moves along at an equally brisk pace.  To read entire article click here.

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