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Boutique California Law Firm
Focusing on Cannabis

At the Law Offices of Omar Figueroa, we don’t just serve the cannabis industry – we’re a part of the cannabis community. We are passionate about progress, justice and sustainability. 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 advocacy we provide to our clients.

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Do you have questions about California’s cannabis laws under the Medicinal and Adult Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA)? Are you wondering how to bring your business into compliance with the new regulations? Our team is here to help. Contact us for assistance with obtaining a local permit or state license for your cannabis business; corporate formation and governance; contract drafting, negotiation, and review; intellectual property; regulatory compliance; local advocacy matters; and more.

Omar Figueroa

Principal Attorney

Stacy Allura Hostetter

Associate Attorney

Lauren Mendelsohn

Associate Attorney

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