medical marijuana collective cooperativeThe California Supreme Court granted review of Inland Empire, Pack, G3, and Evergreen- cases that may change the legal landscape in the litigation between municipalities and medical marijuana dispensaries and collectives.

In the April 11, 2012 edition of the Daily Journal, Stephen A. McEwen, a partner in the Orange County office of Burke Williams & Sorensen LLP, co-authored a an article entitled “Medical marijuana: local land use authority versus state and federal law.” (Subscription Required)

For another recent article by Stephen A. McEwen on the same topic, see Medical Marijuana Update- March 2012.


About Scott Talkov

Scott Talkov joined the Riverside law firm of Reid & Hellyer in August 2009 after serving as a Summer Law Clerk with the firm in 2008. He practices real estate, business and bankruptcy litigation. He was named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Scott serves on the board of directors for the Riverside County Barristers Association, the club for young attorneys in Riverside County. He graduated cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis School of Law and is the Asisstant Director of the Associated Students Legal Clinic at University of California, Riverside.



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