Missouri’s Brief released in the 8th Circuit Sarasota Wine Case

Today the state of Missouri wrote its brief in the 8th Circuit, Sarasota Wine case which deals with wine shipping.

Missouri prevailed at the District Court based on the Southern Wine and Spirits case, in which the 8th Circuit found a residency requirement for wholesalers constitutional.

However, since then Tennessee Wine, which extends Granholm’s nondiscrimination principle to retailers, has been decided and could dramatically effect the liquor legal landscape!

I stated that the 8th Circuit is the Circuit to watch this year in my previous post What Federal Circuit will influence the future of liquor law?

Stay tune, liquor is never boring!

8th Circuit brief

1 thought on “Missouri’s Brief released in the 8th Circuit Sarasota Wine Case”

  1. I don’t understand why Courts decide retail cases based on the Southern Wine and Spirits case?! Wholesale distributors like Southern W&S and retailers like Sarasota W&S conduct totally different types of business, and are subject to absolutely different laws and regulations.

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