Legal

Regulatory Accommodations in the Age of COVID-19

Regulatory Accommodations in the Age of COVID-19

By: Brian D. Kaider, Esq. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected virtually every industry, from government-mandated shutdowns, to limitations on occupancy, ...
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SUPPORTING “TRADE” DURING COVID-19

SUPPORTING “TRADE” DURING COVID-19

By: Ryan Malkin Does the rulebook go out the window during a pandemic? As the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and ...
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Increasing Brewery Cash Flow: Craft Breweries and the R&D Credit

Increasing Brewery Cash Flow: Craft Breweries and the R&D Credit

By: Wendy Landrum, CPA, Partner and R&D Advisory Leader; Mark Heroux, JD, Principal, Tax Advocacy and Controversy Services Leader; and ...
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Distribution Agreements:  Negotiate Your “PreNup” Carefully

Distribution Agreements: Negotiate Your “PreNup” Carefully

Business people shaking hands, finishing up a papers signing. Meeting, contract and lawyer consulting concept. By: Brian D. Kaider, Esq ...
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YIKES! $2,600,000 Fine Against a Beer Wholesaler

YIKES! $2,600,000 Fine Against a Beer Wholesaler

By: Dan Minutillo, Esq., Minutillo Law In March 2019, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (the Court) affirmed a $2.6 million ...
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Lots, Codes, and Life:  Dating in the Beer Industry

Lots, Codes, and Life: Dating in the Beer Industry

By: Eric Myers As the number of active breweries in the country exceeds 7000 and roars toward 8000, it’s more ...
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Crafting Marijuana Policies? Managing Employees in the Wake of Legalized Marijuana

Crafting Marijuana Policies? Managing Employees in the Wake of Legalized Marijuana

By: Amy Lessa and Nicole Stenoish, Attorneys At Law, Fisher Phillips Marijuana legalization is on the rise and quickly expanding ...
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Petition for a Writ Far-fetched? Nope!

Petition for a Writ Far-fetched? Nope!

By: Dan Minutillo, APC If a state regulatory agency with jurisdiction over the craft brew industry makes a decision that ...
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