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Cannabis Law

The cannabis industry is a rapidly-growing and constantly-evolving business sector.  As of 2017, twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia allow medical cannabis consumption.  In addition, eight states and the District of Columbia have approved adult-use (non-medical) cannabis use.  State laws vary widely, and business owners, investors, cultivators and sellers must comply with complex regulatory and licensing processes regarding the operation of a cannabis business.

Our objective is to help cannabis businesses comply with state laws and regulations in this industry. Some of the services we provide counsel on include:

  • Entity formation
  • Cannabis licensing, registration, and compliance with state law
  • Corporate and commercial transactions
  • Licensing
  • Real estate matters
  • Litigation
  • Zoning requirements
  • Banking and financing issues
  • Tax
  • Privacy regulations
  • Employment laws
  • Product liability and labeling
  • Risk management and insurance
  • Advertising and marketing regulations
  • Environmental laws

Rimon, P.C. has 17 offices across the United States, including Orlando and Miami, Florida.


IMPORTANT LEGAL NOTICE:  It is still a federal crime to grow, sell and/or use marijuana.  Any content on this website is not intended to provide legal advice to assist with violation of any law and/or the compliance with any federal laws.  While Florida Senate Bill 1030, known as “The Compassionate Medical Cannabis Act of 2014” and Amendment 2 currently passed on November 8, 2016, provide for the legalization of medical marijuana in the State of Florida, one should always consult with an attorney licensed in the State of Florida to obtain legal advice from a medical marijuana lawyer with regard to compliance issues.

Rimon Attorneys With Expertise in Cannabis Law Include: