New Yorker Article Features Hannah King

April 26th, 2021, Adult-use, Regulatory, State
The New Yorker quoted Hannah E. King, Esq., chair of Drummond Woodsum’s Regulated Substances practice group,  in “Conjuring Maine’s Clairvoyant Kush,” which was published in the print edition of the  New Yorker, dated April 26 & May 3, 2021 with the headline “Weed Work-Around.”
The article covers a business in Portland, Maine (where marijuana is legal but delivery isn’t) that claims to have psychics that can find lost marijuana and return it to the owner. Here’s an excerpt: 
Hannah King, a lawyer in Portland, advises four hundred clients throughout the Northeast on the cannabis business. “They are not a client of mine,” King said of Incredibles. “And I would never represent somebody engaged in their business model—even if I believed in psychics.” She mentioned a donation-­based model—now prohibited—“that actually allowed people to say, ‘Hey, I have this really nice cat. You can pay me fifty dollars to pet my cat, and I’ll give you some marijuana.’ That was my favorite one for a while.”