Daniel Glissman Quoted in The Middletown Press on CT’s Efforts Towards Legalization

March 24, 2019

Daniel Glissman of our Cannabis Team was quoted in Connecticut’s The Middletown Press discussing the state’s decision on legalizing recreational marijuana and what lawmakers could learn from existing regulations in Massachusetts.…


Michael Ross and John Bradley to Participate in the New England Cannabis Convention

February 28, 2019

On March 22, Michael Ross, co-chair of our Cannabis Team and member of our Real Estate Practice Group will present at a workshop directly preceding this year’s New England Cannabis…


“Is Massachusetts Growing Enough Pot?” — Prince Lobel Mentioned in Boston Globe Article

July 10, 2018

The Boston Globe recently mentioned Prince Lobel in an article on marijuana supply.  The article states that, “According to some back-of-the-rolling-paper math by the Boston law firm Prince Lobel, the…


Cannabis Team Secures a Host Community Agreement with the Town of Uxbridge

June 13, 2018

Prince Lobel’s Cannabis Team achieved another win, this time in Uxbridge, MA, where our attorneys secured a host community agreement between the town and our client, a marijuana processing and…


Prince Lobel Provides Assistance With Nonprofit Status Conversion

February 16, 2018

April 1, the first date on which businesses in Massachusetts currently holding licenses for medical marijuana are permitted to apply for Adult Use recreational licenses, is fast approaching.  Once again,…


CCC Awaits Comments to Draft Regulations

January 17, 2018

The Cannabis Control Commission (the “CCC”) has published proposed regulations for the Adult Use of Marijuana in Massachusetts (the “Regulations”) and has scheduled a series of public hearings to discuss the Regulations…


Recent Successes by the Prince Lobel Cannabis Team

December 19, 2017

In 2014, Prince Lobel became one of the first Massachusetts law firms to represent clients in the marijuana industry.  Since then, our Cannabis Team has been involved in advising its medical marijuana…


Meet the Commission: A Conversation With the MCAD

November 6, 2017

Are there questions you have about the anti-discrimination laws, reasonable accommodations, retaliation claims, or the MCAD process, but have not had the opportunity to ask?  Now’s your chance! Our moderated…


Sound the Trumpets (Quietly)! Massachusetts Allows Marijuana Businesses to be For-Profit Corporations

October 5, 2017

Let the Cannabis Team be the first to tell you that after five years of unabashed gamesmanship trying to portray medical marijuana dispensaries as “nonprofits” while their affiliates were reaping…