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Legal Compliance: A Necessity for any Medical Marijuana Business in Florida

 

Just as you would consult an attorney when you start a bakery, auto shop or consulting firm, it is critical to consult a Florida licensed attorney before launching a medical marijuana business. Assistance from a marijuana attorney is especially important in the medical marijuana business because it is an emerging area of law and the governing rules and regulations are subject to change and interpretation.

For anyone intending to become involved in any aspect of the marijuana business industry in Florida, it is important to hire a knowledgeable and successful marijuana attorney who can help ensure compliance with complex marijuana laws.  Whether you are a medical marijuana patient, “recommending” physician, caregiver, or an owner or operator of a marijuana grow or medical marijuana treatment center or dispensary, our marijuana attorneys can provide guidance, advice and legal consultation.

Everyone involved in the cannabis industry must follow certain steps to complete the application and approval process in Florida to be allowed to legally participate in any business associated with the marijuana industry.  Just some of the legal issues integral to the process of participating in the Florida marijuana industry include:

  • Applications for registration, permitting, and/or licensing
  • Compliance with the laws relating to the cultivation, sale, delivery, certification, and use of medical and/or recreational marijuana
  • Financing and insurance
  • Lease or purchase contracts and negotiations
  • Litigation and Trial work
  • Employment screenings
  • Inspections and audits
  • Security
  • Business formation/dissolution paperwork
  • Legal challenges by state, county and/or local governments or agencies

The experienced and successful marijuana lawyers at the Shiner Law Group, a Florida Marijuana Business Law Firm, are thoroughly versed in your Florida marijuana laws. At our Firm we stay abreast of all legal issues related to the growing, selling, purchasing, prescription and use of medical marijuana. Whether you seek advice on the form or amount of marijuana you are permitted to sell or possess, implementing adequate security measures for your dispensary, or obtaining proper licensure for prescribing medical marijuana to your patients, we will make sure you follow all applicable rules and regulations to remain in compliance with state law.

Like any other business, you should implement best practices when drafting your business plan, including all paperwork for the dissolution of your business. At the Shiner Law Group, a Florida Marijuana Business Law Firm, our medical marijuana attorneys will help ensure that, if and when the time comes, you are able to operate your marijuana business in a simple, straightforward manner.

In addition, our marijuana lawyers will help you maintain and manage appropriate records throughout the operation of your business, in case of audit or litigation. At the Shiner Law Group, a Florida Marijuana Business Law Firm, we will also negotiate lease terms allowing the termination of your lease in the event of changes in state laws or city ordinances that might affect your ability to conduct your business.

 

Contact the Florida Marijuana Business Law Firm

 

As the laws and regulations associated with medical marijuana in Florida continue to change, you are likely to encounter bumps in the road. Complying with the new regulations and laws will require patience and an understanding of how the legal process works. Our medical marijuana attorneys stay informed of any and all discussions between lawmakers that can impact your business or potential business.

To learn more about the legal and compliance services offered contact the medical marijuana lawyers and professionals at the Shiner Law Group, a Florida Marijuana Business Law Firm, at 561-777-7700 or 1-844-WEED-LAW (1-844-933-3529).