Smith County, Kansas Cannabis & Marijuana Lawyers
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Kennyhertz Perry attorney Jon Dedon previously worked in the complex litigation division of an AmLaw 100 law firm. Currently, he advises clients on medical marijuana regulatory and corporate structural matters. His contacts with executives in marijuana businesses in Washington, California, Michigan, New York, and California, as well as internationally in Germany, Canada, Colombia, and Australia prove valuable when advising clients regarding medical marijuana in Missouri. In addition, Jon’s relationship with the DHSS allows clients to seek clarification on elements of the application process that may be unclear.
Olathe, KS 66061
Cannabis Law, Criminal, DUI and Juvenile
Emory University School of Law and University of Kansas School of Law
In 2018, Peter recognized that Missouri voters were likely to support Amendment 2 and thereby legalize medical marijuana statewide. To meet the needs of Missouri's cannabis business owners, Peter joined the Hoban Law Group in an "Of Counsel" capacity in October 2018. This move positioned...
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