Keachea Dixon is an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of New York, the Province of Ontario, and the island of Jamaica.
Keachea’s law practice focuses on helping entrepreneurs and small businesses with various issues in Commercial law, Cannabis law, Entertainment law, Real Estate law, Wills & Estates law, Intellectual Property law, and Technology Law.
Keachea is a co-founder and Vice President of International Business Affairs for Cannabiziac, a global member-based company helping new and existing businesses and professionals with education, training, networking events, mentorship, and advocacy in the global cannabis industry.
She also teaches for Cannabiziac’s Builder Incubator Program about the international cannabis market including topics like prohibition, decriminalization, plant touching, ancillary operations, and global trends.
Keachea is an active speaker, delivering valuable information at conferences around the world from Perth, Australia to San Juan, Puerto Rico to Toronto, Canada.
Keachea is admitted to the Federal Courts of the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, has a Master of Law Degree in Intellectual Property, Technology & Commerce from University of New Hampshire School of Law (formerly known as Franklin Pierce Law Centre), is a certified mediator in the area of IP, Technology & Commerce, and was a NGO representative at the United Nations Department of Public Information. Focusing on International Development, Keachea was a partner at Gordon Dixon & Company, and was in-house counsel for Dilieu Technology LLC, an IT solutions company.
Keachea has counselled startup companies in the following industries: cannabis, fashion, film, music, marketing, publishing and technology. Ms. Dixon’s professional motto is “transforming lives one client at a time through the strategic use of justice”.
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And thanks to Albert Wong, who created and performed the music.
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If you're looking for a good text book on Canada's federal cannabis law and regulations with helpful related case law, read Canada's Cannabis Act.
And if you need a cannabis lawyer, ask Russell for more information at https://cannabislaw.ca