Brewery & Distillery Law Primer (Retired)

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If you have clients who are interested in opening a brewery or distillery, they need to understand several complex facets of ownership and operation beyond acquiring beer permits or distiller licenses! The type of business entity your client forms can have significant tax implications. It’s also important for brewery and distillery owners to understand the implications of how they choose to finance and insure their venture.

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Course Instructor

Rachel Schaffer Lawson, Esq.

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Course Description

If you have clients who are interested in opening a brewery or distillery, they need to understand several complex facets of ownership and operation beyond acquiring beer permits or distiller licenses! The type of business entity your client forms can have significant tax implications. It’s also important for brewery and distillery owners to understand the implications of how they choose to finance and insure their venture.

Syllabus

  1.  LLC vs. Partnership vs. Corporation
  2.  Tax Considerations
  3.  Operational Issues
  4.  Documentation and State Filing Requirements
  5.  Structuring, Management and Governance
  6.  Insurance Concerns
  7.  Drafting and Negotiating Formation Agreements
  8.  Crowdfunding and Other Financing Challenges
  9.  Language for Employee Handbooks and Policies

Instructor

Rachel Schaffer Lawson, Esq.

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