Daniel S. Glissman

Industry Expertise

Cannabis

Daniel S. Glissman concentrates his practice in all matters regarding real property.  He dedicates a substantial portion of his practice to representing communications providers in connection with the permitting of wireless installations and the development and deployment of wireless networks.

Since the legalization of both medical and adult use cannabis in Massachusetts, Daniel has focused a significant portion of his practice on the formation, licensing and operation of both medical and adult use cannabis establishments. Daniel has represented several successful Massachusetts cannabis establishments, including the first medical dispensary in the City of Boston and the first adult use retailer in the Commonwealth. Daniel advises his clients in all aspects of the cannabis industry, including corporate structuring and formation, commercial contract review, mergers and acquisitions, real estate leases and/or purchases, contract negotiation, regulatory compliance and state and local licensing applications and proceedings.

Daniel’s commercial and residential real estate practice includes acquisition, sale, lending, development, land use, leasing, environmental compliance, and permitting.  Daniel’s due diligence examination of such matters as title, survey, environmental, leasing, and permitting offers guidance to clients in connection with their acquisitions.  The work he has done to build consensus within the community regarding pending land use applications is useful to those of his clients seeking to overcome development obstacles.  His regular contact with municipal officials allows Daniel to understand their perspective and development project concerns, enabling him to offer useful insight to his clients as they move through the entitlement process.

Prior to joining Prince Lobel, Daniel served as an analyst for a private real estate developer.  While attending Suffolk University Law School, Daniel served as president of the Suffolk Real Estate Law Association and participated in the Housing Clinic, where he was engaged in a variety of foreclosure and eviction representations.  Daniel also served as an intern with the law department of the Boston City Council and an advisor to various Boston political candidates.  These experiences gave Daniel insight into the process and procedures that accompany a proactive, strategy-driven approach to working with government agencies and their professional teams.

  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D., 2014
  • Suffolk University, B.A., 2010
  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts
  • American Bar Association
  • Boston Bar Association
  • July 2018:  “In the Weeds,” Radio Entrepreneurs podcast