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Sports and Entertainment Venues

Offering legal guidance to diverse entities including sports teams, recreational venues, hotels, dining and nightlife establishments.
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Sports and Entertainment Venues Overview

Unlocking Sponsorship Opportunities While Navigating Tied-House Laws

Suppliers and wholesalers often seek sponsorship opportunities at large venues such as stadiums, arenas, concert halls, golf and tennis tournaments and racetracks.  In most instances there are also retail licenses associated with these venues. Because federal and state tied-house laws forbid suppliers and wholesalers from giving anything of value to a retailer, it is essential that both the sponsor and the venue understand the relationship between sponsorship opportunities and tied-house restrictions.  The Danow Group is available to assist suppliers, wholesalers and large venues who seek to take advantage of sponsorship opportunities without violating the law.

Who We Serve

  • Retailers
  • Wholesalers and Importers
  • Brand Owners
  • Manufacturers
  • Third Party and Service Providers
  • Warehousing


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Latest News

Stay informed on the critical current issues impacting the Sports and Entertainment Venues industry

Who Is In Charge Here?

In a six to three decision the Supreme Court of the United States overturn the Chevron doctrine, which was named after the 1984 landmark case Chevron v Natural Resources Defense Council.

Federal Trade Commission Seeks To Ban Non-Compete Agreements

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) has issued a final rule which bans most agreements that restrict an employee’s ability to compete with its employer. 

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New Laws Come With The New Budget

Several new alcoholic beverage control laws were included in the new Budget.  These changes are intended to speed up the application process and to give the State Liquor Authority more flexibility to grant licenses and permits. 

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