Laura A. Bianchi
Laura A. Bianchi is the Director of Rose Law Group’s Medical Marijuana Cannabis practice group and the Director of Business/Corporate Transactions and Estate Planning departments.
Laura’s practice is concentrated on cannabis law, providing legal advice, guidance and assistance in various realms of the legal cannabis industry, including strategic planning and development, investment and lending relationships and structure, business and financial structure, business, corporate and real estate transactions, agreements and contracts, compliance with state law and local rules, requirements and regulations, best business practices, business consulting, application preparation and drafting, site selection and procurement, and all stages of the Arizona Department of Health Services Medical Marijuana Program.
Laura is on the forefront of the legal cannabis movement and is passionate about providing information, education, and facts about cannabis and the cannabis industry, as well as its business, medical marijuana, economic benefits, potential and investing. Laura serves as Co-Chair for the Women Grow Phoenix Chapter and is an active member of the National Cannabis Industry Association and the National Cannabis Bar Association
As Director of Business and Corporate Transactions, Laura provides advice and assistance to business and corporate clients in a wide variety of ways, including corporate formation and entity structure, charitable nonprofit organizations, financing, real estate transactions, corporate and residential leasing, acquisition and disposition of real property and businesses, employment/independent contractor, business, corporate and real estate negotiations.
Directing Rose Law Group’s Estate Planning department allows Laura to assist both individuals and businesses with asset protection, charitable planning, business succession, trusts and will creation among others.
Laura earned her JD from Vermont Law School and received a Bachelor of the Arts Degree in Political Science, with a language emphasis in American Sign Language, from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She is an active member of the State Bar Association of Arizona, Arizona Women Lawyer Association, Pinal Partnership and Valley Partnership. Laura was recently selected as a 2018 Super Lawyers Southwest Rising Star, an honor reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice.
The key to their children’s survival is medical cannabis; but it’s a bigger issue than marijuana says Laura Bianchi, partner and director Cannabis Department
By Kate Masters | The Frederick News-Post Raina Tilghman had her first seizure when she was just weeks old, on +
Montgomery drops challenge to Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Act; Laura A. Bianchi, partner and director, Rose Law Group Cannabis Department applauds decision
By Arizona Daily Independent Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery has decided not to continue challenging the most recent ruling upholding +
Weed on high? GOP lawmaker seeks to ban medical marijuana ads on billboards; Laura A. Bianchi, partner and director, Rose Law Group Cannabis Department, comments
By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times The way Sen. David Farnsworth sees it, the decision +