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Marijuana Practice is here; Colorado Law Firm Opens New Office in Boston

With the legalization of medical marijuana and now also recreational marijuana getting the go ahead in states across USA, intricacies of law related to marijuana are bound to arise, and problem-solvers would be needed.

However, the Vicente Sederberg LLC, based in Colorado, and opening its new office in Boston, is different from other law firms in its entrepreneurial aspect. They really know what they are doing, because the founding member of the law firm Brian Vicente was co-director of the Amendment 64 campaign in Colorado and one of the primary authors of the measure that legalized weed in the state.

It is rare to see a law firm with sufficient foresight to create its professional niche by helping to bring that niche into existence, in the first place. But Vicente Sederberg is doing just that.

Brian is the chair of the Denver Mayor’s Marijuana Policy Review Panel, he serves on the Colorado Department of Revenue Medical Marijuana Oversight Panel, and coordinates the Colorado Bar Association’s Drug Policy Project. He was also elected as the first chair of the National Cannabis Industry Association. In short, you want real insight into law related to marijuana and cannabis, you know where to go.

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The Boston Business Journal reported this week that the law firm has opened a Boston office to educate and serve clients who are “vying for one of 35 state licenses to be awarded to medical marijuana dispensaries.” On Thursday, the law firm would be holding a seminar in Boston for people desiring to invest in marijuana as a legal investment opportunity and educate them about the law, the liberties, the licenses, and the pitfalls.

While attending the seminar on Thursday is free, the next seminar, due to be held on December 13, Boston, will cost, but as the law firm says, “There are a very limited number of spots open for this seminar.” And that’s because it’s going to discuss the real interesting stuff including “all legal and business aspects of starting and running a successful medical marijuana business …”

Vicente Sederberg LLC describes itself on its homepage as “ a full service medical marijuana law firm dedicated to helping our clients navigate through Colorado’s new medical marijuana laws.” Now they are taking that expertise across the country.

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  • Jillian Galloway

    We keep hearing about “legalizing marijuana for recreational use”, but what it really appears to be is an attempt to legalize marijuana as a far safer alternative to alcohol.

    According to the CDC, alcohol kills 80,000 people every year in the U.S. while marijuana kills none, and marijuana’s addiction potential is about on par with coffee.

    Since marijuana is far safer and far less addictive than alcohol, we could GREATLY reduce the amount of harm and addiction in society by giving people the right to switch from the more harmful drug, alcohol, to the less harmful drug, marijuana.

    Your opinion matters! NOW is the time to contact the media and your legislators. Legalize marijuana like wine!

  • pete

    The world is finally wising up.
    Alcohol is SO BAD!
    Pharmacueticals are SO BAD!

    Leagalizing marijuana will help people to get off of all types of perscription medicine.

    Leagaliztion will create alot of jobs.

    Leagalizing marijuana can help us, the USA, economically.

    I dont see anything bad about it.

    All of these research chemicals, or also known as designer drugs, are evil, and poisioning, and killing people every day.

    Stop the RESEARCH CHEMICAL EPIDEMIC, by leagalizing marijuana.

    Marijuana has more good then bad to offer us.

    The only bad thing about marijuana is that it is illegal, and peoples lives are being ruined because they fail a drug test for marijuana.

    Rediculios!

    I would much rather be working with a pot head, then an alcoholic.

    Weed is here to stay.
    It will never go away,,, so why not make it leagal so that everyone who wants to can benifit from it.

  • Malcolm Kyle

    When we regulate something we do NOT automatically condone it’s use; the regulations concerning alcohol and tobacco are there to protect us from the vast increase in criminality that would otherwise exist if these substances were prohibited.

    A regulated and licensed distribution network for all mind altering substances would put responsible adult supervision in between children and premature access to drug distribution outlets (illegal street dealers). Regulated and licensed distribution would reflect and respect society’s values, thus preventing children obtaining easy access to these dangerous substances. What we need is legalized regulation. What we have now, due to prohibition, is a non-regulated black market to which everybody has access and where all the profits go to organized crime and terrorists.

    If you support prohibition then you support bank-rolling criminals and terrorists. There’s simply no other logical way of looking at it.

    It is now the duty of every last one of us to insure that the people who are responsible for this shameful situation are not simply left in peace to enjoy the wealth and status that their despicable actions have, until now, afforded them. Former and present Prohibitionists must not be allowed to remain untainted and untouched from the unconscionable acts that they have viciously committed on their fellow citizens.

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