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Gleam Law is founded on the belief that good ideas are worth protecting. With the unprecedented growth of the cannabis industry, taking the steps to protect your cannabis brand has never been more important. We want to see this industry thrive. And just like any other legal business, you will need legal help.

Our team is made up of top cannabis lawyers who do not take themselves too seriously. Some lawyers are not aware of this, but it is scientifically proven that fancy suits do not make you a better attorney. What does matter is a commitment to our clients, a willingness to master a new legal field, and a deep understanding of how the cannabis industry works. And on those points, our team delivers.

We are not a big firm with a cannabis practice. We are a full-service cannabis law firm. And that is the Gleam Law difference.

We offer a wide array of cannabis legal services, from licensing, to litigation and intellectual property. With offices in Oregon, Washington and California and clients all over the country, our cannabis attorneys are ready for any challenge.


Business Law

Gleam Law helps you understand the legal options that best fits your unique vision. We provide you with practical professional advice that ensures you reap the full benefits of the corporate structure you have chosen.

Intellectual Property

Gleam Law helps you register and protect your federal trademarks. Trademark and trade dress protection is important to protect the good will in your company and your products.

Cannabis Law

Cannabis Law is a rapidly evolving industry with complex issues and an unsettled legal landscape. Numerous bodies of law are in opposition and not yet resolved. Gleam Law can help you navigate the fragile legal landscape of Cannabis Law and CBD Law.


Entering into cannabis litigation can be a stressful step for business owners, especially in an industry that is fraught with legal complexities like cannabis. Unfortunately, litigation is sometimes necessary to defend yourself and your business.