Cannabis Business Attorney in Mendocino County, California

The Law Office of Shay Aaron Gilmore has successfully closed millions of dollars in mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions for cannabis investor and operator clients, devoted hundreds of hours of pro-bono legal services to the cannabis social equity movement, and helped dozens of businesses procure or maintain state and local commercial cannabis licenses and permits for the expansion of cannabis access in the California regulated market.

Focused on Mendocino County, Shay Aaron Gilmore delivers proven legal solutions for operators and investors to launch, fund and grow ventures in compliance with the cannabis industry’s ever-changing laws, regulations and policies.

The Law Office of Shay Aaron Gilmore Practice Areas in Mendocino County, California

We provide each of our clients with customized knowledge coupled with cost-effective legal counsel designed to reach their unique goals. The Law Office of Shay Aaron Gilmore supports the continued success of our Mendocino County cannabis industry clients in the following practice areas:

Recognized by The Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal as one of the Top 20 Cannabis Lawyers in California, Shay Aaron Gilmore plays active roles in the industry’s most important trade and professional organizations like the National Cannabis Industry Association, the California Cannabis Industry Association, and the International Cannabis Bar Association. Shay founded the Cannabis Practitioners Group of the California Lawyers Association, and he is a longtime member of California NORML’s Legal Committee. Shay has been recognized by Super Lawyers® Magazine as a Northern California Super Lawyer in Cannabis Law and in Business & Corporate Law, and as one of the Top 100 Lawyers in Northern California across all practice areas.

Fort Bragg, Point Arena, Ukiah, Willits and County of Mendocino Cannabis Business Resources

Whether you are an already established California investor or operator expanding your business or investment into Mendocino County, or are new to the California cannabis industry, grounding your understanding of the legal requirements and regulations impacting the local cannabis industry is vital to your success. Here are a few local resources for cannabis businesses to use in answering questions regarding cannabis legislation, regulation, and enforcement in several Mendocino County jurisdictions.

If you have specific questions or concerns in the City of Fort Bragg, City of Point Arena, City of Ukiah, City of Willits, or in unincorporated Mendocino County, The Law Office of Shay Aaron Gilmore can provide made-to-measure legal solutions for your cannabis business and investment needs.

Contact The Law Office of Shay Aaron Gilmore today!

Contact our Mendocino County cannabis law specialists today by phone at (415) 846-6397 or online so you can fully and compliantly align your business and/or investment interests in the California cannabis industry with the rules and regulations specific to the City of Fort Bragg, City of Point Arena, City of Ukiah, City of Willits, or County of Mendocino.

Frequently Asked Questions

First, you must get approval from the local government (e.g., the County of Mendocino or the City of Ukiah) with jurisdiction over the physical location of the premises to be listed on the state cannabis license. The first step in how to get a cannabis license in California is to complete local permitting processes, which vary depending on the physical location of your intended cannabis business premises.  

The process of getting a cannabis growers license varies by local jurisdiction, which will control the types of cultivation licenses that can be issued. For example, while the City of Ukiah does not permit outdoor cannabis cultivation within its jurisdiction, the County of Mendocino does allow outdoor cannabis cultivation within the unincorporated area of the county.

Mendocino County does not currently have a process for obtaining a hemp growers license.

Mendocino County does not currently have a process for obtaining a hemp growers license.