California

Welcome to the nation’s only full service, full time cannabusiness law firm. With offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco, we can provide expert commercial legal advice in the regulated marijuana dispensary system and the industrial hemp industry. 

LA

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TEAM

We are proud to have these attorneys representing HLG in our Los Angeles office: 

Kevin is a Patent Attorney licensed to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

 

Lisa is a leading attorney in the fast evolving cannabis industry. She helps her clients manage emerging and complex cannabis laws, with a particular emphasis on regulatory and compliance matters.

 

Pamela ensures that her clients have the proper planning and business structure that will result in efficiency and profitability as well as an overall benefit for the cannabis industry.

 

Stefan is an attorney, public policy expert and writer. His main focus is legislative and government affairs.

To get more information on the services the southern California law group can provide, contact:

5757 Century Blvd.
7th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90045

San Francisco

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA TEAM

We are proud to have these attorneys representing HLG in our San Francisco office: 

Grace focuses on patent and trademark law representing clients managing their trademark portfolios.

 

Kevin is a Patent Attorney licensed to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

 

Patrick has waged battle on the frontlines of industrial hemp and general cannabis reform for two decades. He led the industry effort with Senator Mark Leno in 2013 to finally pass California’s Industrial Hemp Farming Act after three vetoes.

To get more information on the services the northern California law group can provide, contact:

650-238-9119

870 Market Street
Suite 1148
San Francisco, CA 94102
Election May Be a Turning Point for Legal Marijuana

Election May Be a Turning Point for Legal Marijuana

SAN FRANCISCO — To the red-and-blue map of American politics, it may be time to add green. The movement to legalize marijuana, the country’s most popular illicit drug, will take a giant leap on Election Day if California and four other states vote to allow recreational cannabis, as polls suggest they may.