Along with a robust cannabis practice, our law firm works with businesses around the globe on legal matters involving dispute resolution, customs, trade, employment, foreign direct investment, manufacturing, technology, intellectual property, and entertainment. Several years ago, these practice areas rarely overlapped; that is no longer the case.
Our international and cannabis business lawyers now regularly counsel individuals and companies looking to succeed in the global cannabis market. At the bottom of this blog post, I’ve linked to just a few recent posts discussing various aspects of that industry.
Meanwhile, Fred Rocafort and Jonathan Bench are receiving accolades for their Global Law and Business podcast, which recently was named one of the top 25 international law podcasts to follow in 2021. And Adrian Cisneros Aguilar, our lead attorney in Mexico and Latin America, says now is the time to invest in cannabis in Mexico.
Naturally, the rise of a global cannabis has given rise to numerous investment and partnership opportunities for businesses and individuals. Just as naturally is the rise in litigation involving cannabis that has an international flavor. This post concerns a lawsuit involving cannabis and Malaysia and a recent decision allowing a class action securities fraud lawsuit to move