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Rose Law Group named Dan Gauthier as co-chair of its cannabis law department.
Rose Law Group has been advising clients on cannabis law for more than 13 years, prior to the introduction of Arizona’s medical marijuana act, which in the Grand Canyon State was known as in 2010 as Proposition 203.
Ms. Gauthier has spent his career implementing complicated transactions, a significant portion of which has been related to cannabis law, representatives of Rose Law contend.
Mr. Gauthier joins Rose Law Group Partner Adam Trenk as co-chair of this department. Mr. Trenk has been instrumental in Rose Law Group’s Cannabis Law Department, working on the original implementation of Arizona’s medical marijuana program.
“We are proud to name Dan Gauthier to co-chair, he has a firm grasp on Arizona marijuana legislation and a skill set that will lend itself to helping clients navigate complex regulatory issues and facilitate consolidation in the market,” Mr. Trenk said in a prepared statement. “Dan’s legal experience with mergers, buy outs, raising funds, and restructuring are sure to add value and protect our clients’ interests.”
Mr. Gauthier is replacing Jonathan Udell as Mr. Udell takes a leave of absence to work full time for a nonprofit marijuana advocacy organization.
Rose Law Group’s Cannabis Law Department has been providing legal advice to large and small businesses and entrepreneurs involved in Arizona’s constantly evolving cannabis industry.
“The complexity of cannabis law in Arizona is exacerbated by its constantly evolving rules and regulations. I am honored to join the leadership team of a department that is both historic and cutting edge.”