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Dorsey Launches New Cannabis Blog


International law firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP announced today that the
Firm's Cannabis Practice Group has launched a new blog. The Dorsey
blog, managed by Dorsey attorneys Michael Weiner and
Christopher Barry and authored by various Dorsey attorneys, is a
collection of articles and timely updates about cannabis-related
transactional matters – debt and equity raises, commercial contracts,
corporate governance, real estate transactions, intellectual property
licensing and regulatory developments. Visit the blog at:

The cannabis industry is a fast growing, emerging industry in the United
States and Canada. Legalization of cannabis for medical and recreational
use in a number of states in the United States and in Canada has
presented a variety of opportunities and legal challenges for pioneering
companies that are creating a multi‐billion dollar industry.

Dorsey's cannabis practice group has attorneys located in all the major
hubs of the industry including: Denver, Seattle, Southern California and
Toronto. We monitor regulatory developments nationally and counsel
clients on the impact of regulatory changes on their business and
investments. Our lawyers have extensive corporate transactional
experience that is well suited to advising companies in the cannabis
industry. Lawyers in this space are well versed in transactions in
Colorado, California, Washington and other states where state laws
permit medical or recreational cannabis operations.

About Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Clients have relied on Dorsey
since 1912 as a valued business partner. With locations across the
United States and in Canada, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, Dorsey
provides an integrated, proactive approach to its clients' legal and
business needs. Dorsey represents a number of the world's most
successful companies from a wide range of industries, including leaders
in the banking, energy, food and agribusiness, health care, mining and
natural resources, and public-private project development sectors, as
well as major non-profit and government entities.

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