NALCP Conference: Growler/Crowler Session Was a Hit! Our session on growlers and crowlers was a big hit in New Orleans. Speaking to nearly a full room, our speakers hit it out of the park. Attendees were engaged, asking questions, and busily taking notes. Jeremy Rudolf. Oskar Blues Brewery. Speaking about the development of the crowler
NALCP Conference in New Orleans: Great First Day We just wrapped up the first day of the educational programing for the National Association of Licensing and Compliance Professionals (“NALCP”) Conference in New Orleans! Who dat? The first day’s agenda was packed with interesting content. Most notably for the Pacific Northwest, Rick Garza–the director of the Washington
If your business is located in Multnomah County and sells tobacco or vaping products, you should be aware of a 2015 Multnomah County ordinance and the related Multnomah County Health Department rules that will become effective in July 2016. Beginning on July 1, 2016, any retailer who sells tobacco, electronic cigarettes or vaping products in
Alcohol and Marijuana Go Together Like . . . Oil and Water: They Don’t Mix The OLCC recently issued formal guidance on recreational marijuana. In sum, the use of recreational marijuana is not allowed in a public place. While this may not be a surprise to some, it’s still a secret to many. Or, more
UO Annual Law of Beer & Wine Event I had the pleasure of sharing my knowledge of beer and wine law with a fantastic group of UO law students last night. We had an engaging discussion of the practice of law in this space, common legal concerns of businesses in this space, and current issues of interest.
Cautionary Tales for Suppliers and Distributors Playing Fast and Loose with Trade Practice Laws. Spoiler alert. Violating trade practice laws can be expensive, both at the federal and state level. Suppliers and distributors should be cautious in the pushing the boundary in their business practices and promotional efforts. Just because everyone else seems to be