About Richard Gee

Richard Gee is a Colorado and California attorney with over 25 years legal experience.  He represents dispensary and grow operations in Colorado in business, real estate, regulatory, trademark and other matters.

8 thoughts on “About Richard Gee

  1. Hello. I am a caregiver with more than 5 patients and I am looking to get a consultation so that I can find out the required fees, and licenses that I need in order to stay legal under the new regulations. Also in doing so, what is the best way to establish a legal dispensary/grower relationship and the contracts needed to establish that. Thank You.

  2. I would like to know if you help set up a dispensary/grower businesses. I want to get started around June 1st, but I need to find out the estimated cost and time frame that all of this takes.
    Thank you.

    • Bill:

      Yes, I do that sort of work. It depends on what it is you are having me do as to the cost. Please feel free to call me at 303-569-6430.

  3. What is the largest plant count a caregiver in Boulder, Co can have at one time? Does the plant count, count the plants in veg and the clones? Do you provide any services that help a caregiver stay up to date legally? What are the requirements for a caregiver in CO?

    • Bob:

      I’ll answer each of your questions in turn:

      1. Generally, 6 plants per patient gives you the right to grow without being arrested by state authorities. Anything more (with a doctor’s recommendation) gives you an affirmative defense if you are arrested by state authorities. Growing any MMJ subjects you to federal prosecution. I would be happy to set up a consultation with you if your question is how many plants you can grow in any particular area of Boulder.

      2. Plant count includes plants in veg and the clones. Under Amendment 20, only 3 or less plants can be flowering or mature at any one time.

      3. We provide clients with regular updates of MMJ laws, including laws dealing with caregivers in CO.

      4. To be a caregiver, you must be over 18 and have significant responsibility for managing the well-being of a patient. The Department of Health defines this as “means assisting a patient with daily activities, including but not limited to transportation or housekeeping or meal preparation or shopping or making any necessary arrangement for access to medical care or services or provision of medical marijuana.” You need to register as a caregiver with the Department of Health.

      Hope that helps.

  4. Hello, I am a big proponent of Marijuana and its many uses. I am very happy to have happened upon your website. It is in my plans to put together a coalition of the movers and shakers in the industry, so as to be able to mitigate some of the legislative activities being perpetrated upon the free enterprise activities of our burgeoning enterprises. As of right now the effort to do so is in its infancy with only myself and another person being involved, but that is soon to change as I pursue more constituents with similar concerns as myself. I am really interested in making your acquaintance to discuss how a free market entrepreneur striving to become a force in the industry, can do so legally. Please feel free to contact me at the provided e-mail address regarding any questions that you may have. I am thanking you for your support in advance, for I am sure I will require it in the future.

  5. I am considering starting an edibles business, but in light of the new changes would it be profitable for a small edible business? I need a good estimate on overhead & licensing. Thanks so much

  6. Hello, I am interested in entering the industry of MMJ distribution to dispensaries. The business venture seems viable, but I have been having trouble finding information on how one goes about starting a grow operation legally. If you could offer any sort of information in regards to what licenses need to be obtained, permits, etc. I would greatly appreciate. Please email me at your leisure. Thank you

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