ANNOUNCING ZUBER LAWLER AS A SILVER PARTNER FOR CANNABIS AMERICANA
Zuber Lawler is one of the United States’ most selective law firms, representing clients around the world from the firm’s offices in Chicago, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, and New York.
‘Zuber Lawler has been representing leading cannabis companies along with iconic Global 1000 companies for over a decade. As one of the most selective law firms in the United States, with contractors around the world, Zuber Lawler is focused on helping cannabis companies expand across sovereign borders with best-in-class legal services.’ – Tom Zuber, Managing Partner at Zuber Lawler.
Zuber Lawler practises at the cutting edge of cannabis law. As examples, Zuber Lawler attorneys pioneered the two-stage M&A deal allowing continuity of cannabis operations in the context of US restrictions on the transfer of ownership of cannabis licences; obtained the second US plant patent ever issued for a cannabis strain (as well as US utility patents on cannabis processes, machines and formulations); obtained federal trademark protection for cannabis brands in relation to relevant products; obtained the first-ever issued ‘Generally Recognized As Safe’ designation from the FDA for hemp seeds in foods; and advised hemp companies on international import/export issues relating to North America, South America, Europe and the Middle East. Zuber Lawler is currently managing major patent, trademark, trade secret, and commercial litigation in the cannabis space.
Zuber Lawler’s attorneys work in languages covering 90% of the world’s population.
Representatives from Zuber Lawler will be joining the Cannabis Americana stream at Prohibition Partners LIVE to share their insights as members of a major law firm with a long history of success in the field of cannabis law.
Join Prohibition Partners LIVE on 22–23 June to discover the latest developments in the European cannabis sector, learn from our world-renowned speakers, and engage with our network of industry-leading professionals who are pushing boundaries in the cannabis space.