J. Andrew Cashman and Daniel W. Walker Named New England Trailblazers by Connecticut Law Tribune
Preti Flaherty is proud to announce that attorneys J. Andrew Cashman and Daniel W. Walker have been included in the Connecticut Law Tribune and Law.com’s inaugural list of New England Trailblazers. Cashman was chosen for his lobbying work in persuading Maine legislators to pass a law preventing Internet service providers from selling consumer data without permission, a law considered one of the strictest online privacy laws in the United States. Walker was recognized for his pioneering efforts to legalize marijuana sales in Maine, including his involvement in drafting the original citizen’s initiative that first expanded the state’s medical marijuana program in 2009 and his ongoing service as a member of the Maine Marijuana Advisory Commission.
A partner in Preti Flaherty's Government Affairs practice group, Cashman focuses his practice on general business regulation and improving the regulatory climate for businesses, representing a wide range of clients at every level of Maine government. Walker is a partner and chair of both the firm’s Cannabis Business and Government Affairs practice groups. His practice focuses on regulatory issues and advocating for clients before state and federal governmental agencies.
The Connecticut Law Tribune and Law.com are published by ALM, a leading worldwide media resource for the global legal community and other highly complex professional industries. ALM provides in-depth analysis of legal issues, breaking news, and exclusive insights into the industry’s top firms, legal departments, and key players. New England Trailblazers was developed as a supplement to spotlight a select group of individuals who are agents of change, diverse innovators and thought leaders who have had a significant effect on the practice, policy, and technological advancement of their dedicated area of law.
You can find the digital edition of New England Trailblazers here.