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Alcohol Licensing with the Regulators Update 2019

Essential insights for honing your practice before local boards and the ABCC

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    The laws regarding the sale and distribution of alcohol in Massachusetts are ever changing. Guiding a client through the process can be a minefield for the uninformed practitioner. Whether you wish to represent restaurants, wholesalers, suppliers, hotels, package stores, convenience stores, farmer-wineries, farmer-breweries, or farmer distilleries, this is a unique and complex area that poses significant challenges for any practitioner.

    Hear from experienced regulators on how to best navigate this constantly evolving maze of rules, regulations, decisions, and statutes. Get an overview of the alcoholic beverages licensing framework to help you understand the interaction between the local boards and the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (“ABCC”). The faculty focus on changes to the statutes and regulations—an understanding of which is essential to effectively practice in this area—and they highlight the derivative practical implications and issues affecting your practice. Bring your questions to customize the agenda.

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    Nicole M. Ferrer, Esq., Cambridge License Commission, City of Cambridge
    Kris Connolly Foster, Esq., Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Chelsea
    Kathleen M. Joyce, Esq., Boston Licensing Board, City of Boston
    Jean M. Lorizio, Esq., Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Chelsea
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