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Boutique California law firm focusing on cannabis law

At the Law Offices of Omar Figueroa, we fight for justice and human rights, and advocate passionately for our clients every step of the way. We take pride in our ability to think outside the box and solve complex problems in novel manners, as well as in the superior service and communication we provide to our clients.

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Now that the Medicinal and Adult Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) has passed, which combined California’s medical and adult-use cannabis regulatory systems, do you have questions about the laws surrounding cannabis use and sales? Contact us if you are interested in obtaining a local permit or state license for your cannabis business, or if you need assistance with corporate formation and governance, contract drafting, negotiation, and review; intellectual property; regulatory compliance; or local advocacy matters.

Omar Figueroa

Principal Attorney

Stacy Allura Hostetter

Associate Attorney

Lauren Mendelsohn

Associate Attorney

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Rescinds Federal Memoranda Regarding Marijuana Enforcement (1/4/2018) - January 4, 2018 - Today, United States Attorney General Jefferson B. Sessions, III rescinded a number of federal memoranda that provided guidance regarding marijuana and medical marijuana enforcement. Included in the memos that were rescinded is the
Happy New Year from Our Team! (12/31/2017) - What a year 2017 has been: for California’s cannabis community, for the United States as a whole, and for our law office here in Sebastopol. October 2017 brought the most destructive wildfires that California has ever seen to our backyard.
Planning to Conduct Commercial Cannabis Activity in 2018? You Will Need a State License. (12/21/2017) - Within California’s cannabis community, there is a lot of anxiety over what will happen on January 1, 2018, the date when the the initial temporary licenses for commercial cannabis businesses issued by the State of California become

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