Adam Trenk, partner, director of Rose Law Group Cannabis and Hemp Departments, comments on passage of historic cannabis banking bill

SAFE Banking Act still faces objections from cannabis opponents and some civil rights advocates By Brooke Staggs | Orange County Register The House of Representatives voted Wednesday to let federally insured banks work with cannabis shops and related companies in states that have legalized marijuana, marking the first-ever federal vote on a stand-alone cannabis bill. With backing from Southern California …

Scottsdale law group establishes state’s first hemp practice

By Scottsdale Independent  Scottsdale-based Rose Law Group has named attorney and partner Adam Trenk director of the Rose Law Group, pc cannabis and hemp departments.  This comes as the innovative Scottsdale firm is the first in the state to establish a stand-alone hemp department, according to a press release. Rose Law Group has been on the leading edge of the …

Arizona’s new marijuana testing program ‘of paramount importance,’ says Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group partner, director of cannabis and hemp departments

By Ali Swenson | Phoenix New Times Arizona’s medical cannabis industry has long been a Wild West without mandatory testing, but a new state advisory council is about to settle in and bring some law and order. Officials at the state Department of Health Services picked members for a medical marijuana testing advisory council last week, meeting the first requirement …

Laura Bianchi, Rose Law Group partner and Cannabis Dept. director, talks to AzBigMedia about the complexities of cannabis banking

AZBigMedia Could new legislation or a federal marijuana banking law cause current banking and cannabis business restrictions to go up in smoke? While pending legislation may hint at the possibility, Arizona leaders say it might be slightly premature to bank on anything just yet. Presently, any cannabis-related business remains illegal under federal law. This means that although medical marijuana dispensaries can legally …

Rose Law Group Cannabis Dept., Laura Bianchi, partner and director, and attorneys Justin Brandt and Jessica Hale, featured in Wrazel

By Richard Sanchez | Wrazel As cannabis legalization spreads throughout the US, legal complexities will be a major hurdle for up and coming start-ups. Whether you are a cannabis culinary champ, an investor, grower or any other auxiliary services regulatory and compliance issues will present unique challenges. Rose Law Group–based in Scottsdale, AZ– has set themselves on the forefront of …

Rose Law Group Partner and Cannabis Dept. Director Laura Bianchi talks to Phoenix Business Journal about new Arizona cannabis chamber

By Angela Gonzales | Phoenix Business Journal A former medical marijuana cultivator has founded the Arizona Cannabis Chamber of Commerce to have a voice in the future of the growing industry, including whether recreational marijuana will be handled at the Legislature or with a voter initiative. Mason Cave, the chamber’s founder and CEO — nicknamed AZC3 — said his group will …

When the law says using marijuana Is O.K., but the boss disagrees; ‘should be treated same as any other medicine,’ says Rose Law Group Partner and Cannabis Dept. Director, Laura Bianchi

By Dan Hyman | The New York Times Smoking pot cost Kimberly Cue her job. Ms. Cue, a 44-year-old chemical engineer from Silicon Valley, received an offer this year from a medical device manufacturer only to have it rescinded when the company found out that she smoked prescription marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress disorder. “My email was set up with the …