Brach Eichler and Public Strategies Impact Form Strategic Cannabis Solutions

Roseland-based Brach Eichler, LLC and Public Strategies Impact, LLC have formed a strategic alliance to help businesses participate in New Jersey’s emerging cannabis marketplace. “Strategic Cannabis Solutions” will form exclusive relationships with clients in order to advise, position, and advocate for them to successfully obtain state-required cannabis licenses.

According to John D. Fanburg, Managing Member and Cannabis Law Practice Co-Chair, “The alliance of Brach Eichler and Public Strategies Impact will enable clients to strategically address both the legal complexities of cannabis opportunities and in close collaboration with Public Strategies Impact, enable clients to position their license application for success.”

Public Strategies Impact Managing Partner Roger A. Bodman added, “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.”

Brach Eichler was one of the first law firms in New Jersey to form a dedicated cannabis law practice.  Co-Chair of the practice Charles X. Gormally notes, “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.”

“We are thrilled to partner with PSI as we have witnessed firsthand their effectiveness on behalf of a number of our mutual clients,” added Fanburg.  “Brach Eichler’s industry-leading health law practice is uniquely positioned to co-lead this effort, particularly in light of the Department of Health’s role in the medical cannabis space,” notes Bodman.

On or around June 18, 2018, the New Jersey Department of Health is expected to propose new regulations within the Medical Marijuana Program regarding the number of dispensary licenses that will be made available statewide and specifically, whether the number of licenses will be limited per district, county, or municipality.

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