Alcohol Beverage Law 101 (Retired)

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The beverage-alcohol industry is highly regulated and governed by a complex web of laws from multiple, intersecting jurisdictions. This seminar will introduce attendees to the regulatory landscape, three-tier system, prohibited trade practices, licensing and permitting process, and distribution models and agreements.

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Event Details

Course Type

Course Instructor

Taylor Harper, Esq.

Original Date Of Course

General Credits

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Course Description

The beverage-alcohol industry is highly regulated and governed by a complex web of laws from multiple, intersecting jurisdictions. This seminar will introduce attendees to the regulatory landscape, three-tier system, prohibited trade practices, licensing and permitting process, and distribution models and agreements.

Principles

  • Three-Tier System
  • Tied-House and Trade Practices
  • Alcohol Licensing/Permitting
  • Distribution Agreements

Syllabus

  1. Historical overview of alcohol industry in U.S.; discussion of three-tier system and franchise system.
  2. Discussion of exclusive outlets, tied-house prohibitions, and thing-of value regulations.
  3. Discussion of licensing and permitting process, including federal permitting and state/local licensing.
  4. Discussion of franchise system, wholesale designation and brand registration, and distribution models and agreements

Instructor

Taylor Harper, Esq.

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