Contact Medical Cannabis Law Group of Maryland
Rockville is no stranger to the biomedical industry. However, the new medical marijuana laws have left some people in Maryland confused. If you're thinking of opening a dispensary in Rockville or elsewhere in Maryland, contact Michael S. Rothman of the Medical Cannabis Law Group.
Driving to Our Office
If you're coming from the north, take I-270 S until you get to exit 4-5 for MD-189. Take exit 5 for MD-189, stay left at the fork, and turn left on Falls Rd. Continue as Falls Rd turns into Maryland Ave, and turn right onto Fleet St. Turn left onto Park Ave, and you'll see our office on the left.
If you're driving from the south, take I-270 N until you get to exit 5 for MD-189/Falls Rd. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Maryland 189 N, and merge onto MD-189. Turn right onto Fleet St after three quarters of a mile, then turn left onto Park Ave. You'll see our office on the left.
The area that is now downtown Rockville was once a path carved by native Maryland peoples. This path later became a road for settlers, who opened several inns alongside the road in the mid-18 th century. Then, the settlement of Rockville was known by the names of its most famous taverns, including Hungerford's Tavern and Owen's Ordinary. When Montgomery County was formed in 1776, Rockville became the county seat.
Today, more than 61,000 people live in Rockville, which is located about 15 miles northwest of Washington DC. Rockville's economy largely relies on jobs created by biomedical firms and the county and federal governments. Goodwill Industries, Adventist HealthCare, and Emergent BioSolutions all have headquarters in Rockville.
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Why Hire Us?
- Over 20 years of legal practice.
- Over 10 years of experience as cannabis counsel.
- Maryland Law graduate.
- Master's Degree in Public Administration.
- Provided testimony regarding cannabis to Maryland House of Delegates.
- Taught courses on cannabis law at State and County Bar Associations.
- Lectured on cannabis law and history at local community colleges.