The Green Rush Podcast: Laura Bianchi of Bianchi & Brandt

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Welcome to the Green Rush, a KCSA Strategic Communications Production, a weekly conversation at the intersection of cannabis, psychedelics, the capital markets and culture. 

This week Kris Kane is back in the host seat for a new episode with special guest Laura Bianchi, Founding Partner of Bianchi & Brandt. Laura joins us this week to discuss how her firm helps operators navigate the unique business challenges they face in the cannabis industry, her journey into cannabis law, the evolution of medical and recreational cannabis markets in Arizona, and her perspective on what’s to come for the cannabis industry.

If you are interested in learning more about Laura and Bianchi & Brandt, check out the links in our show notes. Also, be sure to follow Bianchi & Brandt and Laura on Instagram and LinkedIn to learn more about cannabis law and the firm’s suite of corporate and business litigation services.

So sit back and enjoy our conversation with Laura Bianchi of Bianchi & Brandt. 

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Show Credits:

This episode was hosted by Kris Kane of KCSA Strategic Communications. 

Special thanks to our Program Director Shea Gunther.

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Huge thanks to  Laura Bianchi, Founding Partner of Bianchi & Brandt – 

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