July 11, 2017 - Boston, MA
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Davis Malm announces that it has established a dedicated practice area to meet the specialized needs of the rapidly evolving and highly regulated cannabis industry. Davis Malm attorneys in the Cannabis Law practice will represent the full range of industry participants, from start-up cannabis businesses to companies providing goods and services to the cannabis market, as well as investors. The new practice area will span the breadth of the firm’s substantive expertise to provide key services to clients, including:
Davis Malm President Paul Feldman said, “We have represented clients in the highly regulated cannabis industry since 2012, when medical marijuana became legal in Massachusetts. Our practice continued to grow with the legalization of recreational marijuana use in 2016 and, as the cannabis industry continues to expand, we see the need to establish a multidisciplinary team to help clients navigate this emerging market.”
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The new practice area will span the breadth of the firm's substantive expertise to provide key services to clients.