Los Angeles-based Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton is going in big on cannabis law, forming a team that aims to bring specialties ranging from regulation to real estate and tax under one roof for clients that may need them all.
The firm said it is assigning 70 attorneys from across 12 of the firm’s offices to create one of the largest cannabis practices in the country. The practice is being run by San Diego real estate partner Whitney Hodges.
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