January 31, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 31

Cannabis Industry Team

The cannabis industry in the United States has developed within the context of conflicting and evolving federal and state laws, and businesses in the cannabis industry must navigate a wide array of legal challenges. These challenges extend to those businesses that provide services or otherwise interact with cannabis companies.

Bradley’s Cannabis Industry team has a deep understanding of the many unique legal and business issues that impact companies – including hemp companies – operating in this sector. We monitor industry trends and legislative developments to provide timely and proactive guidance to clients. Our multidisciplinary team of attorneys also helps businesses successfully identify and mitigate risk and recognize opportunities for sustainable growth. We have substantive experience advising on a wide range of matters, including banking, regulatory compliance, licensing, intellectual property, taxation, corporate transactions and dispute resolution.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Cannabis Industry Team

The Cannabis Industry Team at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP has been named a Go-To Thought Leader by the National Law Review. Over the span of 2022, the team has provided substantial insight into cannabis legalization at the state level, including updates for Alabama, North Carolina, Tennessee, and others. Regular contributing authors include (but are not limited to): Whitt Steineker, James W. Wright, Jr.Slates C. VeazeyRachel M. LaBruyere, Elizabeth R. Hobbs, J. Hunter Robinson, and Claire Fox Hodge

The Cannabis Industry Team at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings has been selected for a Go-To Thought Leadership Award by the National Law Review. In the past year, various authors have covered the medical cannabis industry in Alabama, including cultivation, processing, and dispensing, as well as the SAFE Banking Act as it pertains to cannabis. Regular contributors under these topics include Whitt Steineker, James W. Wright, Jr., Shelby D. Lomax, J. Hunter Robinson, and Richard W.F. Swor.

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