Husch Blackwell’s Steve Levine and Meghan Brennan outline the history of legalized recreational marijuana in Colorado and the major step the state is taking to ensure public health and safety in the marijuana industry while allowing for normalized investment and access to U.S. markets. Read more via Marijuana Venture.

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Photo of Steve Levine Steve Levine

Steve is head of the firm’s Food Systems industry unit, Steve leads more than 45 professionals from numerous practice areas focused on the various food and agriculture industries. He excels in bringing creative, cost-effective solutions to the various challenges that our clients face.…

Steve is head of the firm’s Food Systems industry unit, Steve leads more than 45 professionals from numerous practice areas focused on the various food and agriculture industries. He excels in bringing creative, cost-effective solutions to the various challenges that our clients face.

Since 2009, Steve’s major focus has been on the burgeoning cannabis industry, where he guides clients through the tangle of shifting regulations governing the sale and use of cannabis in both the marijuana and industrial hemp sectors across the nation.

Photo of Meghan Brennan Meghan Brennan

As a former investment accountant, Meghan knows how critically legal issues can impact a company’s bottom line. The emerging regulated cannabis industry has been a major focus for Meghan. She has been involved in all aspects of the industry, including working on rulemaking…

As a former investment accountant, Meghan knows how critically legal issues can impact a company’s bottom line. The emerging regulated cannabis industry has been a major focus for Meghan. She has been involved in all aspects of the industry, including working on rulemaking committees and drafting legislation.