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Rose Law Group names Laura Bianchi director of its expanding Cannabis Department

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Bianchi has been on the forefront of the legal cannabis movement since 2010

(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) – Scottsdale based Rose Law Group pc is proud to announce Partner Laura Bianchi has been named Director of its Cannabis Department.

Bianchi will also continue to serve as Director of Rose Law Group’s Business/Corporate Transactions and Estate Planning Departments.

As an integral part of Rose Law Group’s Cannabis Department since 2010, Bianchi continues to provide comprehensive legal advice, guidance and assistance in various realms of the legal cannabis industry.  She has extensive knowledge in strategic planning, development, investment, lending relationships, business and financial structure, corporate and real estate transactions, as well as various contracts and agreements.  Bianchi has a wide range of experience in business consulting, application preparation, drafting, site selection, procurement, and all stages of the Arizona Department of Health Services Medical Marijuana Program and other legally implemented medical and adult use programs. She is knowledgeable when it comes to compliance with state law, local rules, requirements and regulations, and well known for her unsurpassed business practices, experience and know-how.

“Laura is on the forefront of the legal cannabis movement. She is creative enough to solve problems that others can’t figure out. She has a tremendous grasp on cannabis, including the complexities of federal vs. state law and understands how to steer clients in the right direction when it comes to operating in the newly regulated industry of cannabis,” said Jordan Rose, founder of Rose Law Group.

Bianchi is passionate about providing information, education, and facts about cannabis and the cannabis industry, its business and economic potential, medical benefits, investment opportunities, as well as a historical perspective which debunks many of the unfounded stereotypes and false presumptions. She is an active member of Women Grow, having previously served as a Co-Chair of the Women Grow Phoenix Chapter for two years, and an active member of the National Cannabis Industry Association and the National Cannabis Bar Association.

“In an industry that is constantly changing and evolving, it’s essential that professionals understand the unique hurdles and complications of the cannabis industry and possess the knowledge and expertise necessary to navigate and overcome them,” said Bianchi.  “I stumbled upon the cannabis industry and over the years its developed into a passion and commitment to excellence.  Whether it’s assisting clients maneuver through the complex cannabis laws, rules and regulations, assisting them in expanding their businesses to other markets through licensing opportunities, providing my expertise in the areas of contracts, leases, management agreements and operating documents or educating investors and potential industry leaders about this multi-faceted industry, I am committed to providing the highest level of client service, as well as doing all that I can to mold, shape and develop the cannabis industry into an advanced, sophisticated and mature industry that benefits business owners, the community and consumers.”

Bianchi has been named a Top Attorney in the Southwest Rising Stars, she has been ranked among the top ten by Ranking Arizona, the Best of Arizona Businesses and has received numerous other awards and recognitions for excellence in her profession. Laura earned her JD from Vermont Law School and received a Bachelor of the Arts Degree in Political Science, with a language emphasis in American Sign Language, from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Media members interested in setting up an interview with Laura Bianchi should please contact Jennifer Sturgeon at Jparks-Sturgeon@RoseMoserAllynPR.com or call 480.495.3806.

For more information on Rose Law Group, visit www.roselawgroup.com.

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