Oberman Law Firm



Oberman Law Firm has a multidisciplinary team consisting of attorneys in healthcare, real estate, land use, corporate transactions, labor and employment law, and emerging markets, so we can assist companies from startups to private equity, secure a foothold in the cannabis market, as it evolves on a national basis.

The future of cannabis is a very complex industry and will require a long-term strategy, as well as a strategic investment. As states on a national basis accept cannabis as a viable industry, the regulatory nature of the cannabis industry is expected to rapidly change as to how companies (small and large) will operate. Companies that want to participate in the emerging cannabis industry face a very difficult journey from a legal and regulatory standpoint.

Oberman Law Firm’s Cannabis Industry Practice Group provides a wide variety of services, including: 

  • Guiding clients in their participation in the cannabis industry as new legislation on a national basis begins to emerge
  •  Offering insight and experience regarding a wide variety of legal and regulatory complexities
  • Providing clients with a strategic advantage through the access of a national team of experts
  • Identifying new and emerging opportunities within the cannabis industry
  • Guide clients in their vision of success within a highly complex and regulated industry
  • Regulatory
    • Licenses to grow, process or dispense adult-use marijuana, medical marijuana and hemp
    • Assessment of business and individual risks under federal and state cannabis-related laws, regulations and guidance
    • Administrative matters pertaining to licensure 
  • Litigation
    • Civil matters such as breach of commercial contracts, fraud/misrepresentation and partnership disputes
    • Products liability, manufacturing defects and failure to warn
    • Trademark and patent infringement
    • Employment claims, such as harassment
    • Challenges to state licensure programs
  • Corporate
    • Corporate formation and structure, addressing complexities resulting from state-specific statutes and the conflict between federal and state law
    • Mergers and acquisitions
    • Partnership and operating agreements
    • Domestic and cross-border financing and merger and acquisition transactions
  • Taxation
    • Federal and state planning and advice, including in connection with corporate formation and governance
  • Real Estate and Construction
    • Zoning and land use 
    • Leasing and landlord/tenant matters
  • Intellectual Property
    • Trademarks and patents – Licensing agreements
    • Marketing and branding
  • Health Law
  • Labor and Employment
    • Workplace training – Noncompete and trade secrets
    • Executive employment agreements and severance agreements
    • National Labor Relations Act