Permitting and Licensing

Building a Strong Foundation for a Regulated Businesses

Rogoway Law Group Attorneys are deeply experienced at handling local permitting and state licensing processes from beginning to end and throughout the lifecycle of cannabis businesses. Our attorneys have successfully acquired significant entitlements for our clients throughout California and assist in mitigating risks associated with the continued maintenance of permitting and licensing.

Our permitting and licensing attorneys are skilled at navigating the complex interplay between state and local laws and in light of existing businesses and restructure of existing businesses. We work in jurisdictions throughout the State of California assisting our clients obtain and maintain both their local permits and their state licenses.

Our Permitting and Licensing Attorneys Assist our Clients with the following:

  • California State Cannabis Licenses.
    • Cannabis Cultivators (License Types 1-3)
    • Cannabis Nurseries (License Type 4)
    • Cannabis Manufacturers (License Types 6 & 7)
    • Cannabis Testing Laboratories (License Type 8)
    • Non-Storefront  Retail Cannabis Delivery (License Type 9)
    • Storefront Cannabis Retailers (License Type 10)
    • Cannabis Distributors (License Type 11)
    • Cannabis Microbusinesses (License Type 12)
    • Cannabis Processors (License Type P)
    • Cannabis Infusors (License Type N)
  • Local Permits.
    • Conditional Use Permit
    • Minor Use Permit
    • Zoning Clearances
  • State and Federal Beer, Wine, and Distilled Spirits Licenses.
    • California ABC Licenses
    • Federal TTB Licenses
    • Local Permitting

Recent Cannabis Law Perspectives

California's State Cannabis Licensees Are Now Eligible For 60-day Fee Deferrals
Permitting And Licensing
Blair Gue

California’s State Cannabis Licensees Are Now Eligible For 60-day Fee Deferrals

Businesses with BCC, CDFA, and CDPH cannabis licenses expiring during the time period referenced above (May 14, 2020 through June 30, 2020) are immediately eligible to have their licensing fees deferred. However, fee deferral is not automatic. In order to request a fee deferral, licensees must submit the necessary forms to the applicable licensing agency in the way prescribed by the applicable agency.

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