|By PR Newswire||
|April 16, 2014 12:00 PM EDT||
FAIRFAX, Va., April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Next Generation Energy's (OTCQB:NGMC) wholly owned subsidiary, NextGen Cannabis Consulting, LLC, announced today it has retained a prominent California law firm whose varied areas of practice include significant knowledge and background about the medical marijuana industry.
NextGen Cannabis has retained the law offices of Ariel Clark to assist it with its business plan to enter the fast growing medical marijuana industry. "We have steadily built a strong management team and industry relationships to aggressively profit from this industry. Exceptional legal talent is equally important to our success and I am extremely pleased to have Ariel Clark and her firm representing NGMC," said Darryl Reed, CEO.
The Law Offices of Ariel Clark provide comprehensive corporate, business, and compliance counseling to medical cannabis businesses, including dispensaries, collectives/cooperatives, and cultivators, in California, Nevada, Arizona, and other medical cannabis states to ensure strict legal and regulatory compliance. As one of the most experienced civil law firms in the country with specific expertise in medical cannabis law, the Law Offices will provide up-to-date knowledge of all laws, rules, and regulations to ensure that clients are compliant with the ever-evolving legal landscape.
Ariel Clark attended the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) and graduated with honors from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts. Prior to opening her own firm, she practiced in the areas of Native American law and complex civil litigation. She is an active member of California State Bar, the Beverly Hills Bar Association, the National Lawyers Guild, and National and California NORML Legal Committees.
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Contact: Paul Knopick
E & E Communications
SOURCE NextGen Cannabis Consulting, LLC
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