When The Liquor World Got Better

By |2022-05-24T01:43:27+00:00May 24th, 2022|Liquor Industry Insights|

When The Liquor World Got Better

Two years ago today, my partners Julia Momose, Ian Beacraft, and I succeeded in our movement to legalize cocktails-to-go in Illinois. Through the months of struggle and late-night zoom calls, we succeeded in breaking new ground.

When we proposed cocktails-to-go it was a radical idea that was only available […]

News report: ILCC rules to rescind Forest Park’s 20 day suspension of Lantern Haus

By |2022-05-12T14:40:12+00:00May 12th, 2022|Irish Liquor Lawyer in The Press|

The Forest Park review reported that the Illinois Liquor Control Commission rescinded Forest Park’s 20 day suspension of Lantern Haus. As the attorney for Lantern Haus, I am ecstatic with the result and glad the media covered this story. I was also happy to contribute to this news story.

The ILCC ruled that my client […]

Irish Liquor Lawyer to speak on R Street Panel about DTC liquor shipping

By |2022-04-14T15:57:25+00:00April 14th, 2022|Liquor Case Discussion|

I am set to speak on the R Street Institute Panel about DTC liquor shipping next Wednesday April 20th at 12:00pm Eastern.

Joining me on the panel will be Bob Esptein, Mr. Epstein is involved in the wine retailer shipping challenges and State Rep. Adam Koening of Kentucky who sponsored the historic DTC alcohol shipping […]

Shockwaves sent through the Liquor system, the Provi lawsuit and its potential impact

By |2022-04-01T16:36:22+00:00April 1st, 2022|Liquor Case Discussion|

Shockwaves sent through the Liquor system, the Provi lawsuit and its potential impact

This week shockwaves were sent through the liquor legal world when Privo filed an antitrust lawsuit against Southern Wine and Spirits (Southern) and Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC). The complaint takes aim at alleged anti-competitive behavior of Southern and […]

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