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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

Overview of the New Cannabis Event Organizer License in California (12/8/2017) - California's Bureau of Cannabis Control (hereafter the "Bureau") has proposed two new non-statutory licenses: the Cannabis Event Organizer License, as well as the Temporary Cannabis Event License. As 2018 rapidly approaches, the announcement of a new type
MAUCRSA Emergency Regulations Released; Public Comment Open until Dec. 4 (11/28/2017) - On Thursday, November 16, the Bureau of Cannabis Control, the Department of Food & Agriculture’s CalCannabis Licensing Branch, and the Department of Public Health’s Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch released the proposed emergency regulations for medicinal and adult-use
Unintended Partnerships: The Accidental Business Entity (11/13/2017) - As the California cannabis industry comes out of the shadows and into the light, it is not surprising that technical details of California’s business laws have not traditionally been on a cannabis company’s radar. As the industry

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