The alliance, dubbed Strategic Cannabis Solutions, will form exclusive relationships with clients to advise them and advocate on their behalf to obtain cannabis licenses.
“New Jersey’s cannabis marketplace is a new and emerging business opportunity and by forming Strategic Cannabis Solutions we draw upon PSI government affairs expertise and our legal expertise to help our clients capitalize in an evolving and complex market,” said Charles Gormally, co-chair of cannabis law at Roseland-based Brach Eichler, in a statement.
The New Jersey Department of Health is expected to propose new regulations within the state’s medical marijuana program soon.
According to Brach Eichler cannabis law practice co-chair John Fanburg, Strategic Cannabis Solutions will help clients address the legal complexities of cannabusiness opportunities and help ensure their license application is up to snuff.
Said Roger Bodman, managing partner of Trenton-based Public Strategies Impact: “In light of the complicated and heavily regulated nature of New Jersey’s cannabis marketplace, Strategic Cannabis Solutions brings a forceful multidisciplinary team of experts to the table. When the dust settles on all of the cannabis rules and regulations, we will advocate at every level of government to ensure our clients succeed in a highly competitive environment.”