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OUTDOOR DINING

The New York City Department of Transportation has published final rules regarding the open restaurant program.  Any restaurant that erected an outside dining structure or engaged in outdoor dining on a public road or street pursuant to prior rules must apply for revocable consent under the new regulations within five months of the new rules […]

Corporate Transparency Act Held Unconstitutional

CORPORATE TRANSPARENCY ACT HELD UNCONSTITUTIONAL The Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) requires each person to disclose to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCen”), acting on behalf of the United States Treasury Department, the beneficial owner and applicant for each entity to be formed by a filing with a state or an Indian tribe as well as […]

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Law You Can Use

Estate planning is complicated for all Americans, but it is particularly difficult for families in the Beverage Alcohol Industry. 

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Gambling

At a recent meeting of the State Liquor Authority, Shannon Kearney Sarfoh, warned licensees against hosting bingo games on a licensed premise.

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Specific Issues Related To Leases With Alcoholic Beverage Tenants

There are issues peculiar to leases relating to a company in the business of selling alcoholic beverages, whether at wholesale or retail.

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Why the Rules are the Way They Are

Governor Hochul and the New York Legislature empaneled the NYSLA Commission to Study the Reform of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law. 

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New York Law Journal Art

In 1920 the Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution banned the production, importation, transportation and sale of alcohol.

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Off-premise Catering Establishments

Governor Hochul signed a new law which created a license for an off-premise catering establishment.

More Shipping, More Problems

Complications from Interstate Wine Sales are Now Coming into Focus. Out-of-state sales to New York wine drinkers pose a tremendous threat to package stores in New York, and the problem will likely exacerbate.

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