Alcoholic Beverage Law: Licensing, Labeling and Regulatory Compliance

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Course Description

This program was recorded on February 12, 2021

In the words of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, “the alcohol industry is unique. Both its historic association with corruption and the general belief that cheap and plentiful alcohol is not an unmitigated social good (as opposed, say, to cheap and plentiful home heating oil or shoes) suggest that the alcohol industry requires special oversight and regulation.” (Fedway Assocs., Inc. v. U.S. Treasury, Bureau of Alcohol. Tobacco and Firearms, 976 F.2d 1416, 1423 (D.C. Cir. 1992)).

This course will examine aspects of both federal and New York State law with respect to alcoholic beverage licensing and compliance, and will discuss both the regulatory framework underlying this area, as well as procedures for licensing and label approval, frequent disciplinary issues faced by licensees, and recent cases that impact this area of practice.

Speaker Bio
1 General Credit
Course Agenda

Attorney Alexandra B. BeckerAlexandra B. Becker
Alexandra concentrates her practice in regulatory compliance for clients involved in the manufacture, importation, distribution and sale of beverage alcohol. She has significant experience representing all tiers of the industry in licensing, compliance and disciplinary matters, at both the state and federal level. The remainder of her practice involves representation of corporate clients in various industries including casinos, racetracks and manufacturing in matters relating to financing, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, regulatory matters, labor and employment.

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Course Agenda

  1. Explanation of the 3-Tier System
  2. Overview of the history of federal regulation of alcoholic beverages
  3. Overview of federal and New York State agencies involved in the regulation of alcoholic beverages;
  4. Description of federal requirements, application procedure and timelines
  5. Discussion of New York State Alcoholic Beverage Control Law (“ABC Law”) and New York State Liquor Authority licensing procedures
  6. Synopsis of ongoing New York State ABC Law compliance requirements
  7. Explanation of New York State labeling requirements
  8. Overview of types of licenses and permits available in New York
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