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At Wise Laws, we deal with a variety of marijuana business matters for customers in states where marijuana use has been legalized both medically and recreationally. The marijuana state laws are different from state to state and can be difficult to understand and learn when setting up a marijuana business. As your well versed marijuana legal consultant, we can provide you with reliable marijuana business attorneys so that your marijuana business is in compliance with state laws and continues to be successful.

Some Of The Services For Marijuana Businesses We Offer:

  • Marijuana Retail Licensing
  • Marijuana Business Corporate Documentation
  • Marijuana Tax Compliance Reviews
  • Marijuana Wholesale Manufacturing
  • Marijuana Regulatory Affairs
  • Marijuana Business Compliance Plans
  • Marijuana Cultivation Plans
  • Marijuana Dispensary Operations Guidelines
  • Marijuana Dispensary Permit Process
  • Marijuana Financial Planning Consultant
  • Marijuana Farming and Growing Commercially
  • CBD Oil Production Legal Process
  • Hemp Product Laws

Experienced Marijuana Lawyers Representing States With Both Medical and Recreational Laws & Eventually The Entire Country.

Our medical and recreational marijuana lawyers at Wise Laws as you can tell provide a huge amount of marijuana business guiding and consulting to their clients in America. The legal services we offer are not just collective and businesses services but civil litigation, criminal defense, marijuana strain patents, asset protection and more.

Marijuana Licensing For Retail Distribution Lawyer

In order to legally distribute and sell marijuana, laws change by state,, a vendor, shop, dispensary, collective, wholesale must possess a marijuana retail business license. Selling marijuana and marijuana related products without the appropriate license can lead to serious legal issues. Wise Laws have helped many business owners obtain retail marijuana licenses. Wise Laws can help you request for the type of marijuana business license that best works for your business.

You Must Apply For One Of These Licenses For Marijuana Businesses:

  • Manufacturing of marijuana products like edibles
  • Marijuana cultivation, farming and growing
  • Marijuana testing
  • Marijuana retail store like a dispensary or shop

Marijuana Corporate Business Documentation Lawyers

If you’re looking to create a marijuana business, it’s very vital to create, obtain and have the necessary marijuana corporate business documents required by your state. Wise Laws, we’re very smart about marijuana laws nationwide, so we can help in your state. We have the necessary team of marijuana lawyers to take care of all parts of a marijuana business from seed to sale. Wise Laws handles the preparation and filing of all legal documents and paperwork with the state on your behalf and done quickly so you can start your marijuana empire.

Here Are Some Of The Marijuana Business Documents We Help With

  • Obtain Marijuana Business License
  • Transfer Documents of Marijuana Business Location
  • Marijuana Business Ownership Transfers

Marijuana Businesses Tax Compliance Lawyers

With all businesses, state, county, city and federal taxes are a lifeline and core aspect that must be tackled. Wise Laws, has a network of tax accounts and consultants to aid marijuana business owners and investors with marijuana tax issues. We pride on being proactive regarding your marijuana business taxes, so that the future will not be stress prone.

  • District tax
  • Marijuana tax
  • Franchise Tax Board
  • City tax

Marijuana Wholesale Manufacturing Lawyers

Wise Laws helps customers with marijuana wholesale farming, cultivation and manufacturing services. If you are a grower and sell marijuana wholesale to marijuana retail shops or distribution outlets, you will need to acquire a wholesale license. Wise Laws can help assist you with all the proper paperwork and give you lawyers for your marijuana wholesale business venture. It all starts with the growers, that is why we like to make sure you turn a profit but you must have the local and state blessing.

If you have any questions regards to setting up a legit and legal marijuana business for commercial and profitable success, please give us a call to schedule a free legal consultation at 800-270-8184.

New York judge delays ‘El Chapo’ hearing

A New York judge has delayed for almost a month the hearing of Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, one of the world’s most notorious criminals.

Guzman’s attorney Eduardo Balarezo had wanted Judge Brian Cogan to push back the hearing to April. But Cogan of his own accord already delayed it from January 19 to February 15.

Balarezo said he needs more time to address the 290,000 pages of documents and thousands of other documents in the case.

The 60-year-old kingpin, accused of running one of the world’s biggest drug empires, has been held in solitary confinement since being extradited on in January 2017.

Guzman — who twice escaped from prison in Mexico — is accused of running the Sinaloa cartel, one of the world’s biggest drug empires.

Drug companies want to dismiss Ohio’s lawsuit over opioid epidemic

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio – Companies that make prescription opioids want a Ross County Common Pleas judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine that charged them with stoking Ohio’s opioid epidemic by fraudulently marketing their products.

Legal briefs filed by Purdue Pharma, which makes Oxycontin, say U.S. Food and Drug Administration requirements for its products preempt Ohio law, and DeWine’s lawsuit also failed to prove the company’s actions caused the harm he cites.

“The State does not identify a single physician who prescribed one of Purdue’s opioid medications to any patient when it was allegedly medically unnecessary, much less, a physician who did so because of Purdue’s allegedly misleading marketing or promotional materials,” the company’s legal filings say.

Read Full – http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2017/09/drug_companies_want_to_dismiss.html

2 Arrested in Sweeping Designer Drug Bust After Overdose Death; Synthetic Lab Operated Out of Luxury Long Island City High-Rise, Investigators Say

A 34-year-old Queens man and a 29-year-old New Jersey woman were arrested in connection with the alleged conspiracy

A Queens man and a New Jersey woman have been arrested for allegedly conspiring to distribute dangerous designer drugs, including a synthetic opioid several times more potent than morphine that has been blamed for at least one overdose death, authorities said Tuesday.

The arrests stem from an ongoing investigation that culminated with a huge raid at a luxury waterfront high-rise in Long Island City, thought to be the site of a synthetic drug lab, earlier in the day. Another raid was simultaneously conducted in Farmingdale, New Jersey, where the female suspect lives.

According to a criminal complaint, 34-year-old Brian Parker allegedly manufactured and distributed controlled substance analogues, drugs that are “substantially similar” to controlled substances, and other illegal chemicals through two internet-based companies he controlled. The substances sold through his websites were linked to a 2016 overdose death in Wisconsin.

An autopsy revealed the 37-year-old man who overdosed died of acute intoxication due to the combined effects of a substance called U-47700, a synthetic opioid, and Etizolam, a synthetic, fast-acting depressant.

Source: 2 Arrested in Sweeping Designer Drug Bust After Overdose Death; Synthetic Lab Operated Out of Luxury Long Island City High-Rise, Investigators Say – NBC New York http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Raid-Long-Island-City-New-York–442103943.html#ixzz4rAveXuTH
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How Anti-Mafia Laws Could Bring Down Legal Pot

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RICO laws were written to combat organized crime kingpins – but now they’re being used against state-legal marijuana businesses

Most people have strong feelings about marijuana’s distinctive dank odor. Suspicious landlords sniff for it. High-school hot-boxers roll down all the windows of their cars and drive around for hours trying to get rid of it. Mainstream candle and soap companies seek to recreate it for high-end, non-psychoactive mood settings. And now, it’s quietly becoming clear that the powerful smell of legal cannabis could become its ultimate undoing ­– the thing that causes the entire legalization experiment to disappear in a poof of smoke.

Earlier this summer, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Colorado decided that the “noxious odors” from a pot farm could be lowering nearby property values and creating a nuisance. The decision came out of a civil suit by the farm’s neighbors under federal racketeering law, and could set a landmark precedent. Marijuana remains illegal under federal law, and this decision makes clear that private citizens can now circumvent state law and do what Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants but has yet to do: challenge the legitimacy of states and businesses participating in legalization. Next year, the suit will go back to district court, and unless other appeals courts issue contradictory rulings and the Supreme Court decides to take up the case, the 10th Circuit decision will stand – providing a road map for people who hate marijuana to initiate the collapse of legal weed in America.

Everything about this case is important, from its far-reaching implications to the mysterious, well-funded organization behind it. But before we get into the details, the key thing to realize here is this neighborly dispute is a microcosm for what’s wrong with America’s tangled marijuana policy: The commercialization of cannabis has had real consequences for people and places that want no involvement with the drug. Attempting, as we have, to cordon off the states and businesses and entrepreneurs and government agencies that interact with pot is delusional.

Legal weed cannot be neatly contained. Markets and odors don’t work that way. Neighbors know this. Interstate pot traffickers know this. Attorney General Jeff Sessions knows this. The question is: when will we change federal law to reflect reality?

Full Read – http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/features/how-anti-mafia-laws-could-bring-down-legal-pot-w499585