Cannabis Regulatory Compliance
Cannabis Regulatory Compliance

Cannabis Regulatory Compliance

Los Angeles County Cannabis Regulatory Compliance Attorney

Cannabis is not a lightly-regulated industry, to say the least. The government expects the businesses that it selects to closely follow the laws, or else they may either face penalties or lose their licenses.

The issue is how businesses stay ahead of the regulatory changes constantly making their way through the cannabis business. Since the industry is relatively new, it is hard to know with certainty how regulators will interpret the rules on the books. In addition, the government is continuously changing existing rules and adding new ones. Nonetheless, businesses are expected to stay on top of every development, and they are the ones at risk for failure to follow the law.

Marijuana businesses may be audited and inspected. Here, they must show that they are following the laws. The government may show up or make a request for documents, and your business must strictly comply. You must be continuously prepared for the government.

How a Cannabis Regulatory Attorney Can Help You

A cannabis regulatory compliance attorney can help you in the following areas:

  • Alerting you of new regulations and possible future changes in the regulatory environment
  • Helping you prepare for audits
  • Assisting in addressing findings from inspections and taking corrective actions

Regulatory compliance can go beyond the Department of Cannabis Regulation. There may be issues with other regulatory agencies that could include zoning and environmental matters. When it comes to compliance, you will benefit from a proactive approach, and this is where a knowledgeable attorney is valuable. You can stay ahead of the curve and be prepared.

Hire a Los Angeles County Cannabis Regulatory Lawyer

At the Kaver Law Office, we pride ourselves on our deep knowledge of the regulatory landscape that we continuously share with our clients. Contact an experienced cannabis regulatory attorney online or call us at (310) 620-6420 to discuss how regulations and compliance issues can affect your cannabis business.