Cannabis Law

Our experience in highly regulated industries tells us that businesses interested in entering the recreational cannabis market in New Jersey face significant regulatory and business challenges and will benefit from an experienced legal team by their side.  Saiber attorneys have extensive experience representing clients affected by substantial government regulation, including gaming regulation, environmental compliance, and tax regulation.  

Saiber is comprised of business lawyers and litigators who can provide the full suite of services businesses will need in this emerging market.  We are prepared to work in all areas of the cannabis industry, including cultivation, distribution/transportation, processing, investment, ancillary businesses, and governing bodies. 

We are an associate member of the New Jersey Cannabusiness Association and our attorneys regularly attend industry meetings and events.  Saiber is a thought leader concerning the proposed New Jersey recreational cannabis legislation and publishes the cannabis law blog njcannabiscounsel.com.

Saiber lawyers are ready to help New Jersey businesses entering the cannabis industry in a variety of areas, including:

  • Government Regulations and Compliance
  • Licensing and Permits
  • Business Counselling
  • Labor & Employment maters
  • Tax Advice
  • Financial Services and Investment
  • Real Estate
  • Land Use and Zoning
  • Business Litigation
  • Intellectual Property

Saiber is poised to act as your one stop shop to address all of your legal needs. To discuss issues arising with your business, please contact one of our team members.

Disclaimer: Please note that using, processing, distributing and/or selling marijuana is illegal under federal law, regardless of any state law. While federal enforcement policy may defer to states’ laws and chose not to enforce conflicting federal laws, businesses and individuals should be aware that compliance with state law does not assure compliance with federal law. Federal laws may be enforced in the future. No legal advice we give is intended to provide any guidance or assistance in violating federal law.