Tribal Cannabis Law Group featured in Federal Lawyer

The Federal Lawyer recently published Senior Counsel, Brad A. Bartlett’s article reviewing American Indian tribes’ recent developments in marijuana and hemp markets.

Bartlett, Director of McAllister Garfield’s Tribal Cannabis Law Group, summarizes efforts of tribes in Washington, California, and Nevada to enter state marijuana markets using tribal-state compacts.

The synopsis of hemp agriculture highlights the recent success of the Wisconsin based St. Croix Band of Chippewa in Federal court in a case matter handled by the firm’s Tribal Cannabis Law Group. The Chippewa received an enforceable consent decree allowing the tribe’s hemp and CBD program to advance without intrusion from law enforcement.

Read the full article here.

Tribal Cannabis Law Group is one of the unique areas of business law offered at McAllister Garfield, P.C. Contact Brad Bartlett at to discuss your tribal cannabis project.