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Grand Rapids Cannabis Attorneys

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Brandon Gardner

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Litigation, Criminal, Business, Bankruptcy
Specializing in marijuana defense and litigation.

Mr. Gardner's practice is devoted to offering his clients the most aggressive, cost-effective representation available in West Michigan. Rated, AV Pre... (more)

I am an attorney for the Fiorletta Law Group, PLLC, representing clients from Lansing to the Lakeshore. My practice is focused on representing individuals and businesses in a variety of litigation matters including criminal defense and appeals, family law, bankruptcy, business matters, and employment and labor litigation.

Marijuana / Cannabis

  • -Grand Rapids Lawyer (Grand Rapids Bar Association) | Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

    -Briefs (ICBA) | Understanding Possession of Marijuana-Infused Products

    -Briefs (ICBA) | Michigan Medicinal Marijuana Act and the Casias Decision
Clients are charged a flat fee that reflects a $250 hourly rate. Each case is carefully screened by an expert in marijuana law to assess the client's goals and the complexity of the matter. In this way, GRCA clients know precisely how much their attorney will cost them on day one.
  • People v. Agguire
    - Practice Area: Criminal defense
    - Outcome: Charges dropped.
    - Description: Client charged with violating the sex offender's registration act for failing to verify his address.
    
    People v. Thorburn
    - Practice Area: Criminal defense
    - Outcome: Dismissed by motion
    - Description: Client charged with possession of marihuana vape pens and hash oil.
    
    People v. Sebring
    - Practice Area: Criminal defense
    - Outcome: Charges dropped
    - Description: Client accused of assaulting acquaintance with a samurai sword while on bond in three counties and probation in two.
    
    People v. Pena
    - Practice Area: Criminal defense
    - Outcome: Dismissed
    - Description: Client accused of assault with a dangerous weapon after threatening a neighbor with a knife.
    
    People v. Eichenger
    - Practice Area: Criminal defense
    - Outcome: Deferred sentence and dismissal
    - Description: Client charged with four related meth felonies. Was involved in a high speed chase in two states and three counties.
    
    Mistalski v. L&L Associates 
    -Practice Area: Employment and labor 
    -Outcome: Case dismissed on summary disposition, affirmed by the Court of Appeals 
    -Description: Client sued by former employee for wrongful discharge alleging that an employment contract existed and could only be fired for cause. 
    
    Jane Doe v. Srinivasarao Chilumkuri 
    -Practice Area: Personal injury 
    -Outcome: Settled out of court. 
    -Description: Client was assaulted by the defendant while client was performing her duties as a Home Health Aid at defendant's home. Defendant filed for bankruptcy after being sued. 
    
    The Voice Hearers, Inc. 
    -Practice Area: Business 
    -Outcome: 501(c)(3) status granted by the IRS 
    -Description: Client sought assistance in establishing a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. 
    
    Lamb v. AT&T 
    -Practice Area: Employee benefits 
    -Outcome: Settled out of court. 
    -Description: Client sued defendant after being fired and denied his vacation and sick pay. 
    
    Peckens v. St. Joseph Mercy 
    -Practice Area: Employment and labor 
    -Outcome: Denial overturned on appeal. 
    -Description: Client denied unemployment benefits for misconduct arising out of a blood draw which was she was allegedly not competent to perform. 
    
    DeForest v. TAC Manufacturing 
    -Practice Area: Discrimination 
    -Outcome: Settled out of court. 
    -Description: Client discharged by employer after complaining about discrimination. 
    
    Satterlee v. Behr Industries 
    -Practice Area: Workers compensation 
    -Outcome: Settled out of court.
Grand Rapids Cannabis Attorneys
250 Monroe Avenue NW Suite 400
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
42.9681939,-85.6717461

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