State laws & the regulation of the towing industry, by RLG Partner Adam Trenk and RLG litigator Olen Lenets

By Adam Trenk and Olen Lenets | Rose Law Group In the State of Arizona, the rights and responsibilities of a towing company are outlined and regulated by the Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.). Political subdivisions of the State, such as counties and municipalities may also have additional regulations found in their codes and ordinances relating to the subject, but the heart of the law comes …

RLG Partner and Director of Cannabis, Hemp and Equine Law Adam Trenk talks about being the new owner of Billy Cook Saddle Shop and his passion for horses with the Converse Cowboy Podcast

Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Cannabis, Hemp and Equine Law Adam Trenk talks with the Converse Cowboy Podcast about being the new owner of Billy Cook Saddle Shop and his passion for horses from an early age. Check out the full episode: http://conversecowboy.libsyn.com/episode-6-a-conversation-with-adam-trenk

Arizona marijuana dispensary sales set record; growth to continue, says Adam Trenk, RLG partner and director of cannabis, hemp departments

By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic The coronavirus pandemic didn’t slow down growth in Arizona’s medical marijuana program, state figures show, with qualified patients buying more than a ton more marijuana in March than they did in February. The 17,095 pounds of marijuana sold by medical-marijuana dispensaries in March was more than 2,200 pounds above what was sold in February, a …

Gilbert considers zoning changes to allow for industrial hemp; RLG Partner and Director of cannabis, hemp and equine law Adam Trenk comments

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter The Gilbert Town Council is scheduled to consider proposed zoning changes to allow for industrial hemp processing production in industrial areas. The Gilbert Council will hold a hearing and potentially vote on the changes at its April 21st meeting. The proposed changes would add industrial hemp to allowed uses and allow for its …

Adam Trenk, RLG partner and cannabis law department director, talks about dispensaries and COVID-19 [VIDEO]

Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Cannabis, Hemp and Equine Law Adam Trenk talks about dispensaries and COVID-19. The Coronavirus Task Force team at Rose Law Group is led by partners, Jordan Rose, Court Rich, Cameron Carter, Kaine Fisher, David McDowell, Adam Trenk and Logan Elia.  They are looking to find some relief and some sort of business silver lining for our clients in this entirely unexpected situation.

Rose Law Group Coronavirus Task Force Working with Biz and Non-Profits on Access to Stimulus Funding

Rose Law Group Reporter Staff Rose Law Group is worrying about you, your family, coworkers and friends health.  As we were founded by a near germophobic Jordan Rose, this is something we are taking seriously.  The day the virus was announced in America we formed a Coronavirus Task Force to identify issues relating to the virus that might become relevant to the business …

Rose Law Group Recognized As Only AZ-Based Law Firm On Green Market Report’s Top 11 Cannabis Law Firms

By Debra Borchardt | Green Market Report In these trying times, it’s always good to have an excellent lawyer on your side. A strong contract goes a long way towards protecting your interests and if you find yourself in a dispute, you certainly want someone who understands your business and can work with cannabis companies. Green Market Report compiled this list …

Arizona medical marijuana dispensaries add health precautions, creating lines in parking lots; essential measures, says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner and director of cannabis, hemp departments

By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic Long lines have been forming at Arizona’s medical marijuana dispensaries, but it’s not necessarily from a rush on sales during the coronavirus pandemic. Dispensaries, which remain open, are taking some extra precautions like limiting the number of customers inside at once. At Nature’s Medicines dispensary on McDowell Road, that meant dozens of patients waiting …