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Friday, February 14, 2014

VALENTINES WEEKEND


VALENTINES WEEKEND

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23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did anyone see the cool article on JEFF FEILER in the Daily Business Journal today? He is an entrepreneur selling Medical Marijuana franchises (assuming the law passes as an amendment in November). He is really a good businessman. He opened 4 stores in Colorado and they are doing extremely well now that Colorado passed recreational pot laws. Good for Jeff. One of the really good guys….

Ronnie the Limo Driver said...

wo wo wo STOP THE CLOCK!!

Feiler is a STONER?

Fake Pannunzio said...

DUDE!

Like dude.....

Anonymous said...

Anybody else see the article as a bitchslap smack down by his disgruntled ex-wife?

Fake Country Dave said...

Double DUDE.....

The Guy Who Invented the Beta-Max said...

Explorers and founders get slaughtered while settlers prosper. He's going to lose all his money and the people who come after him will make millions.

Anonymous said...

Who's the real Intercontinental Man of Mystery? Ronald Wilson Gainor or Jeff "Toke em if you got em" Feiller?

Feiller Farms said...

Welcome to Feiller Farms, where "We get high on life" is not just a slogan.

Anonymous said...

Die you dirty scum. Fail. Die. I hope your farms got up in flames and your stores are all raided and looted.

Love,

Loree

Anonymous said...

I love how jeff buts his family up as the GP and he just assists with the legal work.. yet he is selling franchises. This guy is a beauty. I wanna sell weed also! Im just jealous!! Crime lawyer- weed salesman.

FAKE JUDGE RICK MARGOLIS said...

it was the perfect valentines day article with quotes by jeff (the very best guy ever!) and judge loree feiler (a great judge and great friend to all of us).

look for the article. jeff is going to be the next justice building …. wait, wait, ready for it? …. billionaire!!!!

Anonymous said...

HERE IS THE NEWSPAPER ARTICLE on JEFF FEILER and JUDGE LOREE FEILER:

As Florida prepares for a medical marijuana referendum, lawyers—smelling big profits— are scrambling to start niche practices advising marijuana dispensaries and growers and even open their own businesses. Miami criminal defense attorney Jeffrey Feiler, past president of the Miami chapter of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, launched Grass Roots Marijuana Florida Inc. this month. He's selling store franchises throughout the state, charging $25,000 for reservations and $75,000 for franchises.

Feiler said he is in a good position to launch marijuana dispensaries because he helped his ex-wife, former Miami-Dade County Court Judge Loree Schwartz Feiler, and his daughter, Ally Feiler, set up a medical marijuana businesses in Colorado in 2009. The Feilers are now opening their fourth Colorado store under the name Green Tree Medicinals. The company offers more than 120 products ranging from loose marijuana bearing names like Romulan White Widow and Super Lemon Haze to edibles and tinctures. "I was there assisting them, acting as legal counsel to the various medical marijuana businesses that initially my daughter pioneered," said Feiler, a prosecutor under former Miami-Dade State Attorney Janet Reno. "The way I see it, I have more experience with this than anyone in Florida, from a legal and business standpoint on how the business works. It's only natural that I would get involved in this in Florida."

Additionally, Feiler said most of his criminal defense clients face various marijuana offenses.
He hopes to sell up to 100 franchises throughout the state. He said eight territories have been reserved, some by lawyers. Feiler is taking fully refundable reservations until he has full franchise documents prepared. He has hired two lawyers to work on establishing the business and plans to continue practicing law once his business is up and running. "I obviously take my practice seriously, but obviously I'm going to have to scale back," Feiler said, adding he foresees no problems with The Florida Bar. "This is purely a business.
Another former president of the Miami chapter of the FACDL is sold on Feiler's plan. Miami attorney Barry Wax said he plans to buy a franchise. But Jeffrey Feiler may face some strong competition from an unlikely source: ex-wife Loree Feiler.
She downplays her ex-husband's role in her Colorado businesses, saying, "He got a location for one of our stores. That's pretty much what he did. He's never been involved in the business on a day-to-day basis. It's something I've been doing with my daughter."

While Feiler said her business is profitable and "we're now the biggest game in town," she said many would-be marijuana store owners don't understand how difficult the business is. She can't find a bank willing to take her business, and few vendors are willing to do business with her because marijuana is still illegal under federal law. Additionally, she is not allowed to take business deductions like other businesses.
"The gross numbers are very nice, but people think they can just come here and will be making a million dollars right away," she said. "It's a very difficult business."

Still, Loree Feiler plans to get involved in medical marijuana businesses in Florida, where she still does mediations and arbitrations.
"I have a lot of people who have sought me out and would like me to consult," she said. "They know I'm involved on a day-to-day basis, and I'm a lawyer."

She does not plan on setting up a franchise business like her ex-husband, however, and is not a fan of the model.
"They tried that out here in Colorado," she said. "Why do you need to pay somebody else to set up a store for you?"


Read more: http://www.dailybusinessreview.com/id=1202643078246/Miami-Attorney-Seeks-To-Capitalize-On-Buzz-Over-Medical-Marijuana#ixzz2tQxXjgvh

Anonymous said...

Seems odd that the Florida Bar would allow members to openly and blatantly violate Federal criminal laws..................

Anonymous said...

Jeff looks like a fool and his x-wife sounds like a serious broad. I like her style.
Cysco kid.

Eye On Shumie said...

REN was jammed as expected all weekend. People were turned away at the door. The club was hopping with valentine weekend hotties and a good time was had by all.

Anonymous said...

920

U are a rat looser.

Anonymous said...

Shumie is the best businessman among south florida lawyers. I'd invest with him in a minute.

Michael Feiler said...

Be nice to my brother from another mother!

Anonymous said...

Feiler dude, like you got the most ultimate hook-up for the shit man. No cronic for you dude. Just topshelf shit dude.

Dude, like hook a dude up?

Dude.....

Anonymous said...

I represent a guy who has a grower's license in another state and I've seen the business side of it. Yes, once it becomes "legal" there is a little money to be made. But once it becomes common enough, it becomes like any other business. Saturated with competition and the grey market becomes as large as the regular market. To think that people HAVE to come to your weed franchise to buy weed is like thinking that if you own a McDonald's franchise, people HAVE to go to you McDonald's for a burger.

Rumpole said...


Idiot. Yeah, you, disbarred lawyer. You don't realize by now that I'm ten times smarter than you?

You think you can slip a comment by me?

Go back to your video game obsession asshole.

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