Nevada Cannabis Compliance Attorneys
Working to Ensure Our Clients Are Protected
The cannabis industry is heavily regulated by the states of Nevada and California, especially in the wake of recreational products being authorized for adult use. Participating in the state’s quickly growing industry can be exciting and lucrative, but it also requires a complete understanding of what will be asked of you as a cannabis business owner.
Cannabis businesses are required to maintain specialized state licenses, exhaustive records of their inventory and its movements, and thorough levels of cleanliness and security in their facilities. These local and state laws can be difficult to parse and continue to evolve. The cost of noncompliance can be high: failure to follow cannabis-related legislation in the states of Nevada and California can result in fines, the loss of your business license, and even criminal charges.
Our cannabis compliance lawyers at Flynn Giudici are ready to ensure your business is observing all relevant laws. We have a thorough understanding of Nevada and California regulations and how they are enforced. Whether you are looking to start a business or are looking to expand an existing business into the cannabis industry, our team can evaluate your operations and advise on how to maintain compliance as required by the State of Nevada and California's Cannabis Compliance Board.
All businesses that conduct transactions involving cannabis products must have the appropriate license. Separate licenses are required for businesses seeking to operate facilities for either medical or recreational purposes. The state also requires that all cannabis product go through careful testing protocols, meaning a plant will need to pass through several different facilities before reaching a dispensary or retail store.
Depending on the nature of your business, you may need multiple licenses in order to lawfully operate. Distributors of recreational cannabis products and businesses that support cannabis businesses also require proper state and local licenses. Compliance with other regulatory requirements is necessary to maintain these licenses.
Some cannabis business licenses, like medical dispensaries, are subject to state or local allotment limits. Others can only be pursued during open application periods, as determined and announced by the Cannabis Compliance Board. We can help strategize on how to most efficiently obtain the licenses you will need to successfully and lawfully operate.
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