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  • High Court Strikes Down Tennessee Residency Law

    The U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in the Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association v. Thomas case in late June. It struck down Tennessee’s two-year durational residency law imposed...
  • Court: Neighborhood Problems No Reason To Deny Permit

    The Franklin County Court of Common Pleas in June issued a decision involving a liquor permit applicant which should interest those conducting business in this Industry.
  • Warrantless Searches Are Legal, But Have Limits

    The Ohio Supreme Court has stated that because of the “harmful potentialities” when the sale of alcohol occurs in retail outlets, the industry must be strictly regulated in the sale...
  • Only Approved Brands May Be Sold By Permit Holders

    Ohio has a wide selection of beer, wine and spirituous liquor products. Like many other states that I have visited recently, the regulatory scheme in Ohio allows for a wide...
  • Legality Of Hemp-infused Products Confusing

    There has been much confusion regarding hemp since Congress passed the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 excluding “hemp” from the definition of marijuana under the Controlled Substance Act.
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