February 9th, 2021 at 10am PST  

During this members-only webinar, we will be covering the following: 

  • Understanding the industry and the people you are dealing with (people coming from illicit market, lack of sophisticated business background, etc...)
  • Basic legal issues
  • Pitfalls of complicated legal entity structure and what to do instead
  • Intro to how licensing works
  • What permits and licenses do they need

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Mia Getlin

Attorney
Gleam Law

Mia is an Oregon cannabis attorney and a member of the Oregon State Bar. She practices general business law, specializing in legal marijuana, hemp, and CBD out of Gleam Law’s Portland, OR office. Mia has served clients throughout the industry, from OLCC licensees to policy advocates and industrial hemp businesses. She is also VP and Secretary of the Oregon Industry Progress Association, a political action group advocating for business friendly-change to Oregon’s recreational cannabis policy. She also has an Oregon and California CPA (inactive).

An honors graduate of UCLA and Pepperdine Law, Mia previously worked in public accounting at KPMG, providing internal control audit and advisory services to large companies with a focus on the retail, banking, and automotive industries. After moving to Oregon in 2014, she began to focus on business law and specifically serving the growing cannabis industry as an Oregon cannabis attorney.

With family members involved in the recreational market, Mia knows firsthand some of the challenges and pitfalls facing the growing legal marijuana, CBD and hemp industry. She is passionate about helping clients find cost-effective solutions that allow cannabis businesses of all types to succeed and prosper.

As a Portland cannabis lawyer at Gleam Law, Mia has experience in a range of business law disciplines from entity setup, cannabis licensing and contracts to business acquisitions and sales.

When not working, Mia can be found in the mountains, on the trails, or at the farm with her husband and three daughters.