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Established in 2015
K&M works with cannabis dispensaries, processors and cultivators hemp & CBD retailers, processors and cultivators secure transportation providers business owners commercial farmers food and beverage manufacturers recommending physicians medical cannabis patients ancillary cannabis businesses out-of-state law firms tobacco retailers small businesses restaurants non-resident patients edible manufacturers independent testing labs
We are your local cannabis industry experts. But we also work other small businesses.
K&M is a boutique law firm based in Washington, D.C. Established in 2015, K&M’s practice is primarily focused on serving the cannabis and hemp industries in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia. The cannabis industry has produced a contemporary, quasi-legal, structurally fragile, rapidly expanding area of law, and K&M offers a fresh approach to counsel.
K&M also advises small businesses that operate in other highly regulated industries, such as food and beverage manufacturers, cosmetic manufacturers, commercial farmers and tobacco retailers, about compliance with local and federal regulations, business formation and commercial transactions.
Ready to enter a rapidly growing industry? We can help.
Whether you are an individual that is interested in entering a rapidly growing industry or you own an established cannabis business, K&M has the knowledge and experience to assist you in navigating the industry. Generally, our clients are in the initial stages of business planning, or have been operating in the unregulated market and are interested in exploring opportunities in the future regulated market. We also work with law firms through out the U.S. with client’s that have interests in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
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