Medical marijuana being legalized in California provides both significant benefits for patients, as well as benefits for those hoping to open a cannabis business. However, with the idea of great success on your mind, it is important to realize there is a significant level of responsibility which comes with it. All operations and processes of your cannabis business will be very strictly controlled by state and local laws, also known as corporate governance. This is intended to keep everything regulated and ensure that mistakes are not being made along the way from seed to sale.
It is vital that you retain the services of a California cannabis business law attorney who is knowledgeable about corporate governance. At Stewart & Musell, LLP, w can answer your questions and provide you with guidance on California state laws for cannabis operations.
Cannabis laws in California can seem complicated if you are not a lawyer and have not consistently studied these ever-changing regulations. Our California corporate governance attorneys can handle all sides of the law when it comes to your cannabis business. We are dedicated to protecting your best interest as you work to open your business and to maintain your operations once you have opened your doors.
Specific laws and regulations govern any facility which facilitates providing product to caregivers and patients. Cooperatives and collectives must provide evidence that they are looking out for the best interest of their members, and must conduct business in a very particular manner. This includes obtaining sellers permits, using membership applications, having ID verification processes in place, and distributing cannabis in a regulated fashion.
To avoid running into consequences due to failure to comply, meet with a California cannabis business law attorney right away. Call us at (415) 843-2882 to schedule an initial consultation.