We Provide I-502 Business Law Services to the Cannabis Industry in Washington State
- Incorporate your Producer, Processor, or Retail Business
- Form a Limited Liability Company (LLC)
- Operating Agreements with your Business Members
- Contract Agreements with your Financiers, Suppliers, etc.
- Leasing Agreements with Landlord
- Commercial Lease Drafting and Review
- Merger & Acquisitions
- Trademarking your Logo and Brands
We work with producer, processor, and retail clients to convert their business ideas into practical realities. Whether assisting our clients in selecting the right business entity to form, planning and structuring their business entity, creating a business plan to seek funding from financiers, or acquisition or mergers, we give practical business and legal advice for all phases of a business entity’s life cycle.
Our role is to act as your counsel for your business operations include corporate governance and compliance, commercial contracts, employment law, financing, mergers and acquisitions and real estate. Our newsletters and client seminars help keep our clients informed on current issues in the law that may affect their businesses and current and anticipated legislative changes that could impact their businesses.
We are committed to providing our clients with practical, cost-effective advice designed to add value to their businesses. We can assist you in developing strategies to minimize your risk in this ever-changing economy and help you to align your corporate and business goals within the I-502 cannabis industry.
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Carney Badley Spellman is a Seattle Washington law firm that offers legal services to a diverse clientele in the U.S. and internationally. Clients range from startups to closely-held businesses to Fortune 500 companies. Our services include Business and Employment Law, and Litigation.
- Washington’s Appeals Court agreed with the State Attorney General’s opinion on local marijuana bans
- US Department of Justice Announcement
- Trump Administration Taking Step That Could Threaten Marijuana Legalization Movement
- Washington Attorney General and Governor push back against US Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ comments on Washington’s regulated marijuana industry
- Without notice, the King County Council imposed an emergency four-month moratorium on I-502 marijuana businesses in unincorporated King County areas
- US Supreme Court rejects Nebraska’s and Oklahoma’s challenge to Colorado’s legalized recreational marijuana laws
- Medical dispensaries are rolled into regulated system, significantly increasing the number of Retail Stores in WA
- I-502 processors now have to submit a picture of the product, labeling, and packaging to the LCB for approval of all edibles
- I-502 consumers will have more protections and consistent products than those currently available to medical marijuana users
- Colorado and Washington residents have a love/fear view of legalized marijuana according to Avvo survey