LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The MedMen, the first full service consulting and marketing group focused on the Medical Marijuana Industry, is partnering with leading law firm Connor & Connor, PLLC, to host a roundtable discussion on Tuesday, November 5th, with Hank Levy, the principal of The Hank Levy Group, an accounting and consulting firm specializing in income tax planning and tax compliance for individuals, corporations, partnerships, LLCs, trusts, estates, and non-profit clients. The forum will be the first in a series of monthly meetings meant to engage and inform Nevadans through the process for obtaining medical marijuana licenses and preparing for opening. The first discussion will be held at A&B Printing at 2900 S. Highland Drive # 18B in Las Vegas at 5:30pm.
The roundtable will act as a place to network with experts and others participating in the process, as well as a forum for questions and ideas. With the Nevada Medical Marijuana Collective Bill having taken effect in July, medical marijuana is now available to card holders, and requirements have been set for growers, processors, and dispensaries to follow. Yet the road is slow and tricky to navigate; hence, The MedMen have recognized the need for these community meetings. The first special guest is Hank Levy, who has worked with medical cannabis clients since 1998 and now has a roster of over 150 clients. On hand each month, in addition to The MedMen and their special guests, will be representatives from Connor & Connor, PLLC, a law firm that has helped marijuana business operators navigate the muddy waters to ensure that all legal steps are followed properly.
The MedMen was founded by entrepreneurs Adam Bierman and Andrew Modlin in 2010 as a spinoff and subdivision of their successful design consulting firm, ModMan Enterprises, to work with start-up operations and existing businesses in every aspect including: interior design, construction, security, staffing, marketing, graphic design, website design, and legal support. The MedMen have been featured on CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, and many other media outlets, including the cover of Los Angeles Business Journal.