Hemp Law

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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Rose Law Group welcomes back the ‘Father of Cannabis Law’

By Dan Kingston | AZ Cannabis News Arizona’s most innovative law firm and largest law firm founded by a woman in state history, Rose Law Group is delighted to announce the return of Ryan Hurley, the “Father of Cannabis Law” in Arizona, to their innovative law firm. Coming to Rose Law Group and being named Chairman of the Cannabis Department, and working in the area of Web3, AI and technological innovation, Ryan will add great value to clients. Ryan has been involved in Arizona Cannabis business and law since its inception. Ryan’s original involvement began during the Medical

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Father of cannabis law, Ryan Hurley, returns to Rose Law Group

By YourValley Rose Law Group, 7144 E. Stetson Drive, Suite 300, has announced the return of Ryan Hurley, chairman of the Cannabis Department, working in the area of Web3, AI and technological innovation. Hurley has been involved in Arizona cannabis business and law since its inception. His original involvement began during the medical marijuana statewide ballot initiative in 2009, at

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Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, talks with Business Journal about roadblocks facing Arizona cannabis businesses

By Dale Brown | Phoenix Business Journal Recreational marijuana use was approved by Arizona voters in November 2020, but where there’s smoke there may not be equal treatment under the law. That’s because marijuana is still illegal at the federal level. Given the complex nature of trying to operate a legitimate business under such circumstances, cannabis law practices are on

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