Cannabis Attorneys

Our team of cannabis attorneys at Gleam Law believes in setting precedence and finding creative, concrete solutions to legislative roadblocks that meet our unflinchingly high standards. Results matter, and we never settle for less than the very best for all of our CBD, hemp, and legal marijuana clients. We’ve worked with clients across four continents and 40 states with a heavy concentration in California, Washington, and Oregon. If you’re looking for the top cannabis lawyers, you’ve found us. High Standards and Concrete Legal Solutions for the Cannabis Industry!

As founder and managing partner of Gleam Law, Neil helps our diverse hemp, CBD, and legal marijuana clients reach their business goals with a no-nonsense, results-orientated approach to cannabis legislation.

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Mia practices general business law, specializing in CBD, hemp, and legal marijuana. She is a member of the Oregon State Bar and the Oregon Board of Accountancy (inactive) and has served clients throughout the cannabis industry, from producers and processors to policy advocates.

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As a senior cannabis attorney at Gleam Law, Justin represents clients of all sizes in a myriad of civil matters. He specializes in complex business litigation cases, as well as personal injury, medical malpractice, class action, and intellectual property cases. His practice extends to copyright and trademark matters, Consumer Protection Act, and CAN-SPAM.

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Criminal justice expert and state legislator Roger is closely involved with cannabis laws and the policies that affect business owners in the industry. As your cannabis attorney, he will help you gain a unique advantage over the competition and set up your legal marijuana, CBD, or hemp business for success.

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Matthew Coombs is an experienced associate attorney specializing in cannabis business litigation at Gleam Law’s Portland office. In addition to cannabis related matters, Matthew has experience in a wide variety of disciplines, including real estate transactions and litigation, general civil litigation, appellate matters, contract  disputes, mortgage servicing litigation and  foreclosure defense. Mr. Coombs’ diverse legal experiences and broad legal acumen make him a capable and knowledgeable advocate, who is both compassionate and aggressive in his client representation.

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Ammon is a cannabis lawyer and passionate cannabis activist. He supports legal marijuana, hemp, and CBD entrepreneurs and business owners by helping them develop and protect strong cannabis brands in this highly competitive industry.
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Habib represents clients both in and outside of the legal marijuana, CBD, and hemp industry. As a successful cannabis attorney, he advises his clients in everything from choosing the appropriate entity structure for their business and structuring ownership to complying with federal and state securities laws.

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A recognized cannabis banking expert and attorney in Oregon, Alan focuses on developing cannabis and hemp programs for banks and credit unions. Prior to entering private practice, he spent 17 years as the General Counsel and Compliance Officer for Maps Credit Union.

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Natalie Nicol is a lawyer who works on a broad range of legal issues, including intellectual property, privacy, employment, corporate, transactional, regulatory, and tax matters. She has practiced in-house at high-growth companies, and also advises startups and mid-sized businesses through her own practice
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Andre Egle is a litigation attorney at Gleam Law’s Seattle, WA headquarters. Andre represents various businesses in the legal marijuana, hemp, and CBD industry in a variety of litigation matters.
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Lindsey is excited to apply her foundational knowledge in business law to the intricacies presented by the relative newness and regulatory complexity of the Cannabis industry.

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Amrit is currently a second year JD candidate at Seattle University School of Law.

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