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Oregon Marijuana
& Hemp Attorneys

Dedicated, driven, and client-focused:
we are Green Light Law Group.

Companies across Oregon rely on our team to help build solid business foundations, and to provide serious litigation chops when the chips are down.

Green Light Law Group is a business law firm for the marijuana and hemp industries. We provide quality legal services statewide from our conveniently located Portland and Medford offices. We have guided our clients through the maze of this volatile, ever-evolving industry since 2014. Our attorneys are true cannabis law trailblazers and have extensive legal and practical experience in all aspects of the marijuana and hemp industries.

Our attorneys are recognized industry leaders in Oregon, ready to provide insight and guidance to our clients. We have substantial experience working with the Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) and the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA), handling day-to-day administrative matters and representing licensed businesses in administrative litigation.

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Green Light Law Group Client Jefferson Packing House, LLC files lawsuit challenging Oregon’s ban on marijuana exports; writes open letter to Oregon Governor Kate Brown urging no opposition.

November 14, 2022 Oregon Governor, Kate Brown governors.press@oregon.gov Oregon Attorney General, Ellen Rosenblum ellen.f.rosenblum@doj.state.or.us Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission Executive…

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Oregon Psilocybin Opt-Out Election Results

In a sigh of relief for Oregon’s burgeoning psilocybin industry both Deschutes and Jackson County voters shot down local psilocybin…

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OLCC’s Proposed Potency Auditing Rules Send Consumers the Wrong Message, Ignore Science

On September 28, 2022, the Oregon Liquor & Cannabis Commission (OLCC) published its proposed rules package to implement statutes from…

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As Feds Consider Marijuana Deschedulization; Oregon Contemplates Increasing Law Enforcement Funding

Earlier this month the Biden administration made a major announcement pardoning federal offenses for simple marijuana possession and calling on…

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