Rose Law Group pc has been on the leading edge of the burgeoning hemp industry. Rose Law Group has been instrumental in working closely with the Arizona Department of Agriculture as it promulgated rules governing the hemp industry in Arizona.
Rose Law Group calls on its extensive background representing agricultural interests and farmers around the state in the way it approaches issues related to hemp. Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group’s Director of Cannabis Law, combines his years of experience representing traditional agriculture interests with his knowledge and experience in Arizona’s working with hemp regulations to provide clients unmatched advice and assistance.
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Schumer nixes bill that would have helped cannabis businesses use banks; Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner and cannabis department co-chair, speaks out
By Jacob Sullum | Reason President Joe Biden this week signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2022. Although the version of the must-pass bill originally approved by the House included legislation aimed at promoting access to banking services for state-licensed marijuana businesses, those provisions were removed during negotiations with the Senate. This was the
How Oklahoma became a marijuana boom state; ‘a phenomenal environment for industry entrepreneurs’ says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, cannabis department co-chair
By Simon Romero | The New York Times Across Oklahoma, a staunchly conservative state with a history of drawing people in search of wealth from the land, a new kind of crop is taking over old chicken coops, trailer parks and fields where cattle used to graze. Next door to a Pentecostal church in the tiny town of Keota, the
Jonathan Udell, co-chair of Rose Law Group cannabis law department, talks with State Press about expungement process
By Kiera Riley and Sam Ellefson | State Press A tawny glow covered the hotel conference room — light from the wall sconces bounced off the plush cerulean and cream carpeting and reclined across brown suede tablecloths. At one end of the room, two groups of 12 chairs sat vacant. At the other, six tables with parallel seating lay in wait. Jon Udell and