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Compliance

November 18, 2013

OLCC Case Profile: Aroma Restaurant’s License Suspended Permitting unlawful activity is a category III violation under Oregon law. The OLCC has determined that the provision of security services by an individual without DPSST certification constitutes unlawful activity under Oregon law. Aroma Restaurant was sanctioned for permitting unlawful activity of this nature. This case is interesting

June 13, 2013

The OLCC recently adopted amendments to OAR 845-006-0347 that increased the sanctions for certain types of unlawful activity that a licensee permits to occur on the licensed premises. Before the amendment, violations involving permitting unlawful activity on the premises were category III violations. Now, violations that involve death, serious physical injury, use or attempted use

June 12, 2013

Yesterday, I talked about a recent rule change regarding allow law enforcement officers access to licensed premises. The change was to OAR 845-006-0345. This rule contains a number of other prohibitions that can result in serious violations. As such, it’s worth summarizing the prohibitions here even though there were no changes related to them. Drinking