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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Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, cannabis department director, among world’s top cannabis attorneys
By Cannabis Law Report | Green Market Report The Cannabis Law Report recently published its Global Top 200 Editorially Selected Cannabis Legal Professionals 2020-2021+. This list featured cannabis legal professionals from jurisdictions around the world. The Cannabis Global 200 is designed to give readers a direct access to the most experienced cannabis/hemp legal experts around the world and in your jurisdiction. With permission, Green Market Report is publishing the list of lawyers, but for more detailed information please go to
Your chance to clear an Arizona marijuana conviction from your record: An expungement clinic featuring Rose Law Group cannabis attorney Jonathan Udell
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Copperstate Farms.) By David Abott | Phoenix New Times One of the big selling points for Proposition 207 legalizing cannabis in the state of Arizona was the possibility of expungement of pot-related convictions for nearly 200,000 residents affected by previous laws. As the July 12 start date for qualified individuals to submit petitions to clear
Staying Out of the Weeds – A Cannabis Law Overview: A Continuing Legal Education presentation delivered Tuesday by firm cannabis attorney and AZ NORML Communications Director Jonathan Udell for the Coconino County Bar Association. A wide array of topics: Ranging from the history of cannabis use/prohibition, the movement to legalize cannabis, and the campaign for Prop. 207, to opportunities for entering the cannabis industry, the financial issues dispensaries