Melissa Etheridge and Rose Law Group Partner Laura Bianchi talk change at Women Grow summit

More than 1,400 pot pros converged on Denver for the Women Grow Leadership Summit, which continues Friday by Ricardo Baca | The Denver Post As more than 1,400 cannabis industry professionals flooded the Ellie Caulkins Opera House on Thursday, a majority of the attendees shared one unifying quality: They were women. That’s business as usual at the Women Grow Leadership …

Rose Law Group is the official law firm of the Southwest Cannabis Conference + Expo; Rose Law Group Partner Ryan Hurley and Senior Attorney Laura Bianchi to speak at event

The Southwest Cannabis Conference and Expo will showcase the industry’s most innovative products, along with scheduled seminars and presentations by industry business leaders and experts. The SWCC Expo will offer an electric environment where industry reformers, entrepreneurs, investors, and attendees can meet, network, and learn. Rose Law Group has a limited number of passes avialble to friends and clients of the …

Rose Law Group Senior Attorney Laura Bianchi appointed co-chair of the Phoenix Chapter of Women Grow

Valley female business leaders are changing perceptions about the marijuana industry as part of the new Phoenix chapter of Women Grow, a national network of cannabis entrepreneurs. The new face of cannabis in Arizona is about business and economic potential, replacing tie-dye stereotypes with business suits and briefcases. The Phoenix chapter of Women Grow, which kicked off in December, 2014, …

Rose Law Group attorney Laura Bianchi discusses banking and medical marijuana with CBS 5 [VIDEO]

By Greg Argos On Friday, the Obama administration issued guidelines that would guide banks on how to provide business to legitimate medical marijuana businesses. Arizona is one of the states that allows medical marijuana to be bought and sold, even though it remains illegal under federal law. “Up until this point, clients have had a really hard time finding banks …