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Bridget Hill-Zayat

Principal at
Hill Zayat Law Group

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New Jersey, Pennsylvania

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Biography

Bridget Hill-Zayat is the owner of Hill-Zayat Law.  Her practice mainly focuses on the energy and cannabis industries.  

Ms. Hill-Zayat leverages her unique combination energy and cannabis experience, as well as business insights and trends to help her clients build, invest, and maintain successful cannabis businesses. Ms. Hill-Zayat advises clients on key legal and business issues relating to the cannabis industry like banking, transportation, security and compliance.

She has extensive experience advising growers, processors and dispensaries on business and legal requirements such as state regulations regarding advertising, labeling, transportation, storage and hiring , as well as the municipal and community development needs unique to cannabis businesses.

Ms. Hill-Zayat is active in the cannabis industry. She was selected to participate in Pennsylvania State Senator Daylin Leach's “Regulatory-Palooza” an event convened to develop standards and methods for cannabis regulations in the Commonwealth. She testified in front of the Philadelphia City Council to advise on strategies the City can employ to increase energy efficiency, foster the cannabis market and help growers, processors, and dispensaries thrive. She continues to engage the legal community on cannabis issues and hosts speaking events in coordination with the National Cannabis Bar Association, where regulators and policy makers meet to discuss the implications of new laws and regulations on the cannabis industry and related business owners.



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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania

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