Anderson Kill's Regulated Products Practice Group draws on the experience of attorneys from across the full range of the firm's practice groups in matters ranging from corporate to compliance, employment, intellectual property, tax and real estate. Our experience in established heavily regulated industries such as wine and spirits makes us well-equipped to counsel clients engaged in the production and sale of America's newest and tightly regulated legal substances.
The fact is that twenty-nine states and Washington, DC1 already in some way have legalized marijuana for either medicinal or recreational purposes. It is likely that at least some other states will follow suit. Compliance with state and federal laws applicable throughout the United States is imperative. We help our clients comply with settled and emerging local, state and federal laws and regulatory policies that govern the financing, marketing and retail sale of regulated products. Our commitment to clients operating in a regulated product environment is evident in our efforts to inform clients of developing legal issues and changes in the business landscape, of what clients are permitted and not permitted to do in this tapestry of different laws in different jurisdictions throughout the country.
The group is chaired by Jerry S. Goldman. Mr. Goldman, a former prosecutor, has over 40 years of experience interpreting state and federal laws and regulatory policies that govern regulated products, including marijuana as a regulated substance, from both litigation and corporate perspectives. Anderson Kill's Regulated Products Practice Group attorneys and professionals leverage their diverse practice experience to provide comprehensive legal representation to clients entering regulated product marketplaces. We are equipped to assist in all aspects of these cutting-edge industries by providing customized, multi-disciplinary legal services in the following areas:
Our attorneys have extensive experience in this business sector and are conversant in private placements and other equity/debt/hybrid funding vehicles; corporate and entity structuring and governance issues and conflicts; interest and asset acquisitions/dispositions; licensing and branding; regulatory matters; joint ventures and other multi-party relationships; insurance coverage litigation and captive formation; internal and external litigation and dispute resolution; and real estate transactions.
For more information about the firm's Regulated Products Practice Group, please contact the Chair of the Group, Jerry Goldman at email@example.com at(212) 278-1569.
1Anderson Kill has offices in California, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC where medical marijuana is legal.
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