The team of lawyers, professionals, and staff at the Law Firm of Morse & Morse, LLC have the necessary Criminal, Civil, and Administrative experience to assist you or your Company in all aspects of the Marijuana industry.
Partner Gregory J. Morse is a member of the NORML Legal Committee.
Partner Amy Morse focuses on the legal issues surrounding Health Care Rules and Regulations regarding Medical Marijuana.
Businesses in the highly regulated medical and adult-use cannabis industries face a gauntlet of federal, state and local laws and regulations that are pertinent to cannabis cultivation, processing and dispensing, and the many business activities that are ancillary to those core legal marijuana business functions.
Morse & Morse, LLC have extensive experience with the wide array of issues attendant to legal cannabis business activities, including licensing for cultivation, processing and dispensing; litigation; banking and finance; raising and deploying capital; protecting intellectual property; real estate development and leasing; public company representation and SEC filings; land use and zoning; healthcare and research; and taxation. In addition to advising participants in the medical and adult-use marijuana industries, as the industry has grown, Morse & Morse, LLC experienced in cannabis-related issues frequently advise clients in other sectors whose businesses intersect with the expanding legal cannabis sector, including with respect to real estate development, banking and financing, and employment issues.
The TEAM at Morse & Morse, LLC advise clients in all aspects of the Marijuana Industry:
- Corporate and Trade Group Formation;
- Medical Marijuana Issues;
- Real Estate Development;
- Financial and Tax Issues;
- Administrative Issues;
- Florida Department of Health Office of Medical Marijuana Complaints and Compliance;
- Civil Enforcement Investigations;
- State and Federal Criminal Investigations;
- International Cannabis Law;
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For more information on Medical Marijuana in Florida here.
Also, more on the 2018 Hemp Farm Bill here.