Kevin Dalia works with clients from across the cannabis supply chain on matters of business formation, corporate compliance, and regulatory compliance.

Kevin has worked with clients to draft Terms of Use and digital Privacy Policy agreements in accordance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). He has worked with clients to restructure their businesses into multilevel entities. He has also drafted a celebrity IP licensing Agreement in cannabis. He primarily works in transactional matters but has assisted in cannabis litigation matters such as antitrust under the California Cartwright Act.

Kevin has worked with verified equity individuals whose needs ranged from landlord/tenant issues, entity formation, and background checks. He serves on the executive committee for the Cannabis, Alcohol, and Regulated Industries Barristers Section in the Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF). He also serves on the International Cannabis Bar Association’s (INCBA) Nomination Committee. He became involved in the cannabis legal field for social justice and hopes to continue to champion that cause.

Before practicing law, Kevin served as the president of Students for Sensible Drug Policies at Golden Gate University School of Law where he organized expungement clinics and worked with community organizers to inform communities about opportunities in the cannabis industry. Presently, Kevin continues his social justice efforts by regularly volunteering at expungement clinics and working with equity verified pro bono clients.