A California Federal District Court dismissed a Commerce Clause challenge against a California law which required an importer to have a physical location in California in order to sell to California retailers.

Additionally, the Court rejected the Plaintiff’s Privilege and Immunities challenge to the California law.

Nevertheless, the Court granted the plaintiff’s leave to amend their complaint to address certain issues. The Court wanted the plaintiff to provide more explanation for their discrimination claims, and provide more information about the injuries that gave rise to the Privileges and Immunities claim.

More to follow and a deeper analysis soon on irishliquorlawyer.com