Colorado Marijuana Law


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  • Business Formation
  • State and Local Licensing
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Having a business idea is only the beginning.  

Colorado laws relating to marijuana are complex, confusing, and sometimes contradictory.  It is essential to have a smart, experienced, attorney with a keen business mind assist you in turning your ideas into reality.  At our firm we are very hands on and we work very closely with every client seeking to enter the Colorado marijuana business world. We help them fine-tune and develop their business plans to create a viable, profitable strategy.

To best serve our clients, we have developed close relationships with local and state regulatory agencies, tax specialists, and other professionals to ensure we are providing the most accurate advice in this constantly changing field.  Whether our clients want to start a State and locally compliant marijuana business, purchase an existing business, navigate zoning issues, ensure regulatory compliance, or need help resolving administrative citations, The Law Office of Lauren C. Davis provides extraordinary legal representation specifically tailored to each client’s individual goals.


Legal Services for Business Clients Include:

  • Assistance with all aspects of the State and local application processes for medical and retail licensure, including:
    • Dispensary licenses
    • Optional premises cultivation licenses
    • Marijuana-infused product manufacturing licenses
    • Occupational licensure
  • Assistance with all aspects of the State and local application process for Industrial Hemp Licensing
  • Assistance in developing a legally compliant business plan
  • Corporate formation
  • Creation of legally compliant investment models and funding structures
  • Contract Drafting, including purchase agreements, employment contracts and investment documents
  • Contract Review, including leases, real estate purchases, and business purchase agreements
  • Due Diligence checks for license acquisitions
  • Regulatory and Compliance Training
  • Representation at Licensing hearings
  • Defense of Administrative Actions, including citations and notices of revocation