AREAS OF LAW PRACTICE

Marijuana Law
Marijuana Intellectual Property Law
Marijuana Business Law
Marijuana Entertainment Law
Lighting Law 

EDUCATION

  • J.D. from DePaul University Chicago
  • Certificate in International and Comparative Law – DePaul University

 

Tel: (415) 367-1300 ext.333 (NorCal)

habib@gleamlaw.com

California Cannabis Attorney – Habib Bentaleb

As a California cannabis lawyer with Gleam Law, Habib represents clients both in and outside of the legal marijuana, CBD, and hemp industry. He advises clients in everything from choosing the appropriate entity structure for their business, structuring ownership and raising capital to drafting and negotiating contracts, joint ventures, strategic alliances and licensing agreements. He also specializes in cannabis business law, including due diligence, mergers and acquisitions, and compliance.

Due to the complexities of the cannabis industry, Habib spends a great amount of time getting to know his clients and their businesses. In doing so, Habib develops a greater insight into his client’s day-to-day operations and legal needs than most California cannabis lawyers. He is then able to handle a client’s legal matters efficiently and economically.
He regularly speaks at industry conferences and bar associations on the latest legal issues in the cannabis industry. He is an active member of the National Cannabis Bar Association, the California Cannabis Industry Association, the California Growers Association, and the Sonoma County Growers Association. Habib received his J.D. and a certificate in International and Comparative Law from DePaul University in Chicago, where he was also named a Sullivan Fellow with the Human Rights Institute to study the legal regimes of Middle Eastern and North African countries.

Habib is a highly knowledgeable San Francisco-based cannabis attorney who can handle any case. You can contact him for matters regarding CBD, hemp, and legal marijuana intellectual property law; cannabis business law and more.

CONTACT HABIB

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