“Marijuana laws have not been discussed much civilly, just the criminal aspects,” David Shiner, founder of The National Cannabis Law Firm, explained.
Boca Raton, Florida (PRWEB) October 22, 2014
Shiner Law Group has just launched The National Cannabis Law Firm, a national marijuana division of the Florida law firm that helps businesses across the country with every aspect of legal marijuana production, distribution and treatment.
“Marijuana laws have not been discussed much civilly, just the criminal aspects,” David Shiner, founder of The National Cannabis Law Firm, explained. “But, the acceptance of medical marijuana use throughout the country is leading to creation of more laws in the civil and contract worlds. Our lawyers understand the nuances of these laws.”
The National Cannabis Law Firm counsels a variety of clients directly involved in medical marijuana treatment, including growers, dispensaries and doctors. The firm’s attorneys are knowledgeable about licensing applications, local and state zoning information, local and state marijuana laws, regulations and cultivation, and they deliver comprehensive consulting on these essential cannabis-related issues.
Services offered by the National Cannabis Law Group include general business consultation for new and established marijuana businesses and comprehensive legal packages for startups. Acting as a one-stop shop, The National Cannabis Law Firm advises clients on business formation, regulatory compliance, contract negotiations and other matters related to establishing and operating a successful marijuana business.
Marijuana laws in every state are different. Lawyers at The National Cannabis Law Firm remain abreast of the constantly changing federal and state marijuana laws to deliver comprehensive legal support in jurisdictions throughout the United States. Florida voters will decide whether to legalize medical use of marijuana during the November 4, 2014 election. Ballot measure Amendment 2 — Use of Marijuana for Certain Medical Conditions — permits distribution of marijuana to patients with debilitating medical conditions if a physician believes the benefits to a patient would likely outweigh the potential health risks.
Upon passage of Florida Amendment 2, businesses are likely to have myriad questions about legally starting and running a medical marijuana business. The National Cannabis Law Firm is prepared to help businesses navigate the emerging area of law in Florida should Amendment 2 pass.
The Shiner Law Group is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida and serves businesses and individuals in states throughout the country. The boutique firm’s national cannabis division focuses on civil and commercial matters related to medical marijuana.
Individuals with an interest in a medical marijuana business can schedule an appointment with a cannabis law attorney at Shiner Law Group. Call 844-WEED-LAW or review The National Cannabis Law website for more information.