National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws
About David Welch
D|R Welch Attorneys at Law provides personalized and competent legal services in California, Nevada, and at the federal level. We offer exceptional value by focusing on a few key areas of law and managing them well. This limited focus has enabled us to become a premier law firm in the area of marijuana law, while fostering successful criminal defense, civil litigation, and business law practices. ... read more »
D|R Welch Attorneys at Law provides personalized and competent legal services in California, Nevada, and at the federal level. We offer exceptional value by focusing on a few key areas of law and managing them well. This limited focus has enabled us to become a premier law firm in the area of marijuana law, while fostering successful criminal defense, civil litigation, and business law practices. We have expanded by nurturing practices in the areas of public affairs, taxation, and medical administrative law, while never losing the client intimacy that propelled our success.
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Publications and Articles
Published July 2014
Publisher: Los Angeles Times
L.A. city attorney is seeking an injunction to stop the city's first-ever marijuana farmers market. Attorney David Welch, who represents the Progressive Horizon collective, said Feuer's argument doesn't make sense. He said a farmers market is no different from a dispensary in that they both sell goods from a variety of vendors. "Their arguments are basically a misunderstanding on how this business operates," asserts Welch.
Published October 2013
Publisher: Lubbock-Avalanche Journal
Dozens of medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles have closed, and the city attorney says more will be shutting their doors soon, following a voter-approved crackdown. "We want those dispensar[...]
Published July 2013
Publisher: Los Angeles Daily News
Voters approved Proposition D on May 21, banning medical marijuana businesses in Los Angeles while exempting shops that registered for licenses prior to a 2007 suspension on new dispensaries. The prop[...]
Published May 2013
Los Angeles, which has more storefront medical marijuana shops than any other U.S. city, will close hundreds of the dispensaries and hike taxes on those that will be allowed to remain under a ballot measure approved by a wide margin of voters. Attorney David Welch says he would file a lawsuit challenging Proposition D on behalf of dispensaries that would not qualify under the new rules.