Case to Get Medical Marijuana for PTSD Heads to Court in Colorado

Case to Get Medical Marijuana for PTSD Heads to Court in Colorado

Denver, CO The law firm,Hoban & Feolas Denver team filed a historic case in the Colorado Court of Appeals on behalf of Plaintiffs who wish to obtain medical cannabis recommendations for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD is not currently recognized as a qualifying condition for which medical cannabis can be prescribed in Colorado. The firm is set to bring national attention with this case, similar to the 2009 Centennial case which led to creation of the commercial cannabis market in Colorado and beyond. Similarly, the ruling in this current PTSD case could set a national precedent, affecting the entire industry.

Founded in 2008, Hoban & Feola is the fastest growing national law firm specializing in cannabis and hemp law and policy. Headquartered in Denver, the firm has expanded from 12 to 15 states with the recent onboard of Nevada, Massachusetts and Maine. Additionally, the firm offers expert legal counsel in Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Central America and Uruguay. Businesses, states and countries have relied upon the firms highly sought after expertise to navigate the industry during the unprecedented expansion of legal cannabis.

National CBD and hemp expert, Attorney Robert Hoban, is the firms founder and Managing Partner. Hoban has helped to guide states and early adopter countries through the regulatory process. While politicians, business leaders and entrepreneurs are still feeling their way through the cannabis industry, Hoban brings the professional expertise necessary to lead the way in navigating the cannabis space.

With 25 states adopting medical compassionate cannabis laws, and four adult use states at a full roar, cannabis prohibition is at a tipping point. Experience and guidance to navigate these shark-like waters is essential to create compliant and well-structured business that have a sense about the cannabis business and culture they are helping to create. Bob Hoban

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