Hoagland, Longo, Moran, Dunst & Doukas LLP, a law firm based in New Brunswick, announced Monday it has created a Cannabis Law Practice Group.
“As a full service law firm, we have been able to draw upon our diverse and comprehensive practice areas to meet the needs of existing and new clients who are interested in and seeking counsel regarding the cannabis industry. We are committed to marrying our attorneys’ diverse skill sets with a focus on staying abreast of legal and political developments in the cannabis arena,” Jennifer Passannante, partner and co-chair of the Cannabis Practice Group, Hoagland Long, said.
The new group will offer cannabis-related services including counseling and education on licensing, how to form business entities, contract drafting and negotiation, leasing issues, dispute resolution, and much more.
“We are excited to witness and participate in this practice area as we assist our clients in navigating the legal and regulatory issues surrounding cannabis. Our multi-disciplinary approach will effectively service those dealing in or affected by the cannabis space,” Michele Haas, partner and co-chair of the Cannabis Practice Group, Hoagland Long, said.