Neil Juneja

  • Job Title: Managing Partner
  • Company: Gleam Law
  • Specialization: Legal
  • Location: Seattle, WA
  • Websitegleamlaw.com
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Biography:

Neil Juneja is the founder of Gleam Law, a cannabis-focused law firm with offices in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. His practice focuses on business law, intellectual property, and regulatory compliance. In addition, Neil has written numerous article on cannabis law and intellectual property and spoken at events including in the National Mall in Washington DC, Seattle Hempfest, Continuing Legal Education seminars, and many cannabis industry events. Neil also appeared in Newsweek, Time Magazine, and on several documentaries for his work in the cannabis legal industry. He has been awarded numerous accolades including selection as one of the 40 under 40 most influential people in the cannabis industry, five SuperLawyer’s Rising Star awards, and the National Law Journal Cannabis Trailblazer award. Neil and has successfully registered over 400 cannabis-related trademarks.
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Neil Juneja is the founder of Gleam Law, a cannabis-focused law firm with offices in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. His practice focuses on business law, intellectual property, and regulatory compliance. In addition, Neil has written numerous article on cannabis law and intellectual property and spoken at events including in the National Mall in Washington DC, Seattle Hempfest, Continuing Legal Education seminars, and many cannabis industry events. Neil also appeared in Newsweek, Time Magazine, and on several documentaries for his work in the cannabis legal industry. He has been awarded numerous accolades including selection as one of the 40 under 40 most influential people in the cannabis industry, five SuperLawyer’s Rising Star awards, and the National Law Journal Cannabis Trailblazer award. Neil and has successfully registered over 400 cannabis-related trademarks.