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Clark Hill Attorney Sander C. Zagzebski Published in The Legal Intelligencer

May 26, 2021

Clark Hill Attorney Sander C. Zagzebski was recently published in The Legal Intelligencer. His article, “Cannabis Insiders Gear Up for M&A and Financing Deals,” covers the post-election gains in the cannabis industry and how it is generating excitement and renewed interest.

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Zagzebski represents clients in mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, and other change-of-control transactions.

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