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Cassie Peters

(541) 972-2769

Related Areas of Practice

  • Cannabis Law
  • Regulatory Compliance

Driven by a desire to provide clients with individualized legal services, Cassie Peters founded Cassie Peters Legal + Consulting, LLC to serve clients throughout Oregon. Cassie helps clients understand and navigate both basic and complex legal matters, while creating customized solutions that allow her clients to focus on achieving their goals. Cassie Peters Legal + Consulting is a general practice law firm that concentrates on small business law, with a focus on cannabis, food, and farm businesses.

Cassie Peters

Mia Getlin

(503) 946-9885

Related Areas of Practice

  • Marijuana Law
  • Marijuana Intellectual Property Law
  • Marijuana Business Law
  • Marijuana Entertainment Law

Mia is an Oregon cannabis attorney and a member of the Oregon State Bar. She practices general business law, specializing in legal marijuana, hemp, and CBD. Mia has served clients throughout the industry, from OLCC licensees to policy advocates and industrial hemp businesses. She is also VP and Secretary of the Oregon Industry Progress Association, a political action group advocating for business friendly-change to Oregon’s recreational cannabis policy. She also has an Oregon and California CPA (inactive).

An honors graduate of UCLA and Pepperdine Law, Mia previously worked in public accounting at KPMG, providing internal control audit and advisory services to large companies with a focus on the retail, banking, and automotive industries. After moving to Oregon in 2014, she began to focus on business law and specifically serving the growing cannabis industry as an Oregon cannabis attorney.

With family members involved in the recreational market, Mia knows firsthand some of the challenges and pitfalls facing the growing legal marijuana, CBD and hemp industry. She is passionate about helping clients find cost-effective solutions that allow cannabis businesses of all types to succeed and prosper. As a Portland cannabis lawyer at Gleam Law, Mia has experience in a range of business law disciplines from entity setup, cannabis licensing and contracts to business acquisitions and sales.

When not working, Mia can be found in the mountains, on the trails, or at the farm with her husband and three daughters.

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Vincent Sliwoski

(503) 207-7313

Related Areas of Practice

  • Real Estate
  • Cannabis
  • Hemp / CBD

Vince is a business lawyer, problem solver and dealmaker. His clients run the gamut from individual investors and entrepreneurs to widely held domestic and international corporations. He is the managing attorney of our Portland office and he was recently again named a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers Magazine, an honor bestowed on only 2.5% of eligible Oregon attorneys.

Vince pushes for efficient and optimal client results in every transaction. He has particular expertise in business/corporate, commercial real estate and intellectual property law, and he is a leading practitioner in Oregon’s rapidly-evolving cannabis industry. Vince’s analysis and advice is guided by a heightened awareness of all possible outcomes: in his litigating days, he tried cases in four Oregon counties and conducted numerous arbitrations and mediations.

Vince graduated from Lewis and Clark Law School, where he now teaches Cannabis Law & Policy as an adjunct professor (he also publishes our law firm’s award-winning Canna Law Blog).

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Logan Leichtman

(503) 606-8930

Logan Leichtman focuses his practice on real estate, land use and regulatory compliance for the cannabis industry.

During law school, Logan interned for state representative Ken Helm. The two published a paper in the Willamette Law Review about the implementation of recreational cannabis legislation in Oregon. Logan served as editor-in-chief of Willamette Law Online and also as an editor of Willamette Law Review. Logan previously practiced at Emerge Law Group in Portland.

Prior to law school, Logan worked as a video editor and post-production coordinator with credits including content that has aired on HBO, CNN, BBC and MTV. He originally cut his teeth in entertainment as a concert producer, having put on hundreds of shows in venues throughout the state of Virginia.

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Alex Berger


Alex J. Berger is a regulatory attorney who primarily serves the cannabis and hemp/CBD industries. His practice focuses on state and federal regulatory compliance and licensing in the medical and adult-use cannabis spaces as well as the industrial hemp/CBD industry. He represents a broad base of cannabis-related clients, including cultivators, processors, wholesalers, dispensaries, and ancillary businesses (e.g., software providers, equipment vendors, etc.). His clients range from smaller “mom and pop” businesses to larger private and public multistate and multinational operators.

Alex assists cannabis and hemp businesses who face a complicated and often confusing set of local, state, and federal laws and regulations, including the provision of advice and services regarding cannabis and hemp licensing, regulatory compliance, and food and drug regulations. He also assists cannabis and non-cannabis-related clients with various land use issues. His primary goal is to help clients successfully navigate the often vague, ambiguous, and uncertain path toward maintaining lawful, compliant, and successful cannabis-related businesses.

Alex has served on several state agency rules advisory committees and contributed to the National Cannabis Industry Association’s (NCIA) Public Comments Submission to FDA regarding Scientific Data and Information About Products Containing Cannabis or Cannabis-Derived Compounds. Alex also served on the NCIA Packaging and Labeling Committee and has spoken at several cannabis and hemp industry conferences around the country.

Prior to joining Emerge Law Group, Alex served as an associate attorney at Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt in its general and commercial litigation groups. While in law school, he served on the Hastings Law Journal editorial staff, externed for the Honorable Edward M. Chen at the US District Court for the Northern District of California, and served as a Certified Law Clerk for the San Francisco Public Defender’s Office.