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  • Appeals Court Dismisses Challenge To Connecticut Laws

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, in Connecticut Fine Wine and Spirits LLC v. Seagull, recently affirmed a lower court’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit from Total...
  • Keep Eyes On The Clock To Avoid After-hours Sales

    The time of day when permit holders may lawfully sell and/or allow consumption of alcohol beverages on the permit premises is clearly stated in the statutes and rules of the...
  • Spring Fever No Excuse To Ignore Regulations

    March 20 marks the first day of spring and a reminder to alcohol beverage industry members to comply with all the laws comprising the Ohio Liquor Control Act, including advertising,...
  • Winner’s Essay Advocates For Licensing At State Level

    “Drink Local, Think Regional: Implementing an Orderly Alcohol Marketplace Through State-Level Licensing.” So writes Nathaniel Moyer, the Center for Alcohol Policy’s winner of its 11th annual essay contest. The national...
  • Transfer Of Liquor Permits Strictly Regulated

    Ohio law is clear that when the Division of Liquor Control issues a liquor permit, only the person/business entity named on the issued permit is authorized to operate the liquor...
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