NY Saw Big Changes To Its Liquor License Laws Last Year

Law360 (January 7, 2020, 11:45 AM EST) -- During the 2019 calendar year, several New York state statutes began to impact businesses that manufacture, distribute, sell or serve alcohol. The New York State Liquor Authority, or NYSLA, the body that regulates, oversees and licenses such businesses, also instituted several regulatory changes during 2019.

Businesses operating in this space, and the attorneys that represent them, should be aware of these changes.

Proposed Advisory Regarding Third-Party Agreements

The NYSLA is considering adopting a draft advisory that would greatly impact both manufacturers and retail licensees in New York.[1]

The three commissioners constituting the full board of the NYSLA held a public meeting...

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