Companies in the wine and spirits industry face new and more complex challenges as their business becomes increasingly international.
Our targeted knowledge of local, state, national and international beverage issues is normally found only in boutique firms. Drawing on firmwide skills in related areas of law gives our clients access to a full range of legal services to help them achieve their most critical business goals.
We provide suppliers, distributors and retailers around the world with comprehensive, practical advice on a broad spectrum of legal issues, with guidance on manufacturing, licensing, taxation, labeling, advertising, marketing, distribution and sale of wine, beer and spirits.
We help clients with the following legal challenges:
We’re tightly focused on our clients’ business priorities, providing compatible, creative, efficient and cost-effective legal solutions, using our global connections to support international trade and sourcing arrangements.
Law360 | July 11, 2016
Rochester senior environmental health engineer Libby Ford and San Francisco Energy & Environmental associate Alison Torbitt co-authored this column discussing the EPA’s national standards for industrial wastewater discharged to local publicly owned treatment works and how they affect breweries.
Buffalo Law Journal | July 04, 2016
Food, Beverage & Agriculture team members New York City associate Jackie Sudano and Rochester associate Joe Carello provide commentary in this in-depth feature article that looks at the current state of New York’s craft beverage industry.
Food, Beverage & Agriculture Alert | 07.25.18
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Beverage Alcohol Alert | 04.28.16
FDA/Food, Beverage & Agriculture Alert | 12.29.15
Litigation Alert | 12.21.15
Antitrust Alert | 12.17.15
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