Colorado Supreme Court Allows Attorneys to Advise Marijuana Businesses

Daniel J. Garfield represents companies through all facets of their business with a recent focus on assisting participants in Colorado’s marijuana industry.

By adding a comment to attorney ethics rules, the Colorado Supreme Court has determined that Colorado attorneys do not violate ethics rules by advising clients in the marijuana industry so long as attorneys make sure clients are aware of state and federal law. FGMC attorneys were among those who asked the court to ensure the marijuana industry has business counsel.  FGMC also drafted a letter signed by industry leaders addressed to the court.

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