The lawyers in the Cannabis Law Group at Minden Gross LLP bring together broad experience in a variety of skill sets to offer cannabis industry stakeholders a complete range of legal services, particularly in regulatory counsel, business advice, and legal advocacy - from start-up, to management, to sale. We know the industry and the law and work in partnership with our clients to achieve creative and effective solutions for their business needs. Our knowledge and expertise in starting a business, corporate finance, corporate governance, mergers & acquisitions, tax and wealth management, litigation, property leasing, and real estate enables us to provide clients with the legal services needed to succeed in Canada’s cannabis industry.
We provide legal advice and services to industry stakeholders located around the world and routinely provide advice to foreign entities looking to enter the Canadian cannabis market. Our clients include start-ups, established businesses, licensed producers, importers and exporters, governments, landlords and landowners, and financial institutions, among others.
Matt Maurer publishes "Ontario Becomes First Province to Pass Cannabis Legislation" on Canada Cannabis Legal
Matt Maurer and Whitney Abrams publish "Provincial Adult-use Cannabis Plans: What we know so far"
Matt Maurer publishes "Canadian Cannabis Proposed Licensing System Revealed" on Slaw
Matt Maurer quoted in Ottawa Citizen on how the cannabis industry should be allowed to promote itself
Matt Maurer quoted in Marijuana.com on the House of Commons passing Bill C-45
Convenience Stores Association Lobbies Government For Permission to Sell Cannabis
Staff Report Urges Halifax Government to Prepare Legal Framework For Retail Cannabis Dispensaries
Toronto may tax Cannabis sales at Municipal level
OPSEU’s Faulty Arguments for Government-Owned Cannabis Retail
Recreational Cannabis in the U.S.A: Colorado
Recreational Cannabis in the U.S.A: Oregon
Provincial Cannabis Legislation Update: Northwest Territories Looking at Fall Legislation / Manitoba Looking at 2018
Storefront Cannabis Retail Coming to Edmonton?
Minorities Given Preferential Access to Cannabis Business Licenses Under D.C. Law
Canada leads the world in legal demand for cannabis
You want to be listed on the TSX? Make sure your governance plans includes diversity
Coast to Coast Provincial Cannabis Legislation Update
Canada’s Proposed Cannabis Act: Highlights From Bill C- 45
Obtaining Licenses and Permits Under the Cannabis Act: What We Know So Far
Cross-Border Cannabis Markets: A Primer for Businesses and Investors
Canadian Pharmacists Association hopes Canadian Provinces follow Uruguay with cannabis pharmacy sales
Cannabis Advertising and the Cannabis Act; What is Lifestyle Advertising?
Canada’s Cannabis Act: A High Level Overview
Nova Scotia Human Rights Board Orders Employee Insurance Plan To Cover Medical Marijuana Expenses
Canadian Government Affirms Commitment to Legalize Cannabis by June 1, 2017
Health Minister Signals Legal Age for Canadian Cannabis Consumption May be Less Than 21 Years Old
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