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Representing Applicants before State Liquor Authorities and the TTB

SKU: ABL001
Total Credits
1 - 1.5
Price$75
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Description

In this course, Arielle Albert and Keven Danow explain how the “noble experiment” of prohibition resulted in the current three tier system for the manufacture, distribution and sale of beverage alcohol in the United States.

They explain the various regulatory schemes adopted by states to address pre-prohibition evils, which include states that took control over the sale of alcohol, states that elected a licensing scheme and states that remained dry or partially dry. Franchise rights are explained.

Because beverage alcohol is also regulated on a federal level, they explain federal regulations and how the interrelate with state laws. Liquor license issues that affect the use of real property and estate planning are discussed as well.

Lecturer Bios

Keven Danow, Esq.

Keven Danow was awarded the degree of Juris Doctor, with honors, from Fordham University School of Law and has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, with honors, from Adelphi University. In addition to being licensed to practice law in the State of New York, Mr. Danow was certified as a public accountant by the New York State Education Department. His experience includes four years as an agent of the Internal Revenue Service, rising to handle complex cases in the Large Case Division. This division is responsible for the tax audits of companies whose assets equal or exceed two hundred fifty million dollars. Mr. Danow's particular areas of concentration include guiding clients through the regulatorycomplexities involved in the manufacture, importation, distribution and sale of beverage alcohol. Mr. Danow’s clients include suppliers, distributors, and retailers. His responsibilities include assisting clients with the process of applying for basic federal permits, label approval and state licensing procedures.

In addition, Mr. Danow advises clients in connection with federal and state regulatory compliance. Mr. Danow’s practice areas include commercial litigation in Federal and State Courts and administrative hearings before the Internal Revenue Service, the New York Tax Appeals Tribunal, the State Liquor Authority, the State Department of Transportation and various arbitration associations. Additionally, he is regularly involved in estate planning, drafting wills and trusts, and negotiating and drafting agreements concerning the formation, purchase, and sale of businesses. Mr. Danow is a Contributing Editor of Beverage Media and lectures in the area of beverage alcohol law.

Arielle Albert, Esq.

Arielle Albert, Member of the Firm of Danow, McMullan & Panoff, P.C. Arielle Albert joined Danow McMullan and Panoff, P.C. as an associate attorney in 2013 after serving as a law clerk with the firm throughout law school. Ms. Albert is licensed to practice law in the state of New York. In 2018 Danow McMullan & Panoff, P.C. proudly announced that Ms. Albert had become a member of the firm.

Focusing her practice on alcohol beverage control law, Ms. Albert guides clients through the regulatory complexities involved in the manufacture, importation, distribution and sale of beverage alcohol. Ms. Albert's clients include established industry members as well as emerging companies new to the beverage alcohol industry.

Ms. Albert's responsibilities include counseling clients on regulatory matters and legal compliance with federal and state laws, conducting comprehensive national surveys for clients operating in more than one jurisdiction and assisting clients in transactional matters involving beverage alcohol. In addition, Ms. Albert shepherds clients through the state and federal licensing process, and state and federal label approval. She advises clients seeking federal and state approval for distilleries, wineries, breweries and other facilities.

Ms. Albert has developed a local counsel cadre which has allowed her to assist companies with their due diligence and licensing requirements when purchasing a large number of establishments, licensed in numerous states.

Ms. Albert is a Contributing Editor to Beverage Media Magazine and co-authors monthly articles alerting readers to trending issues in alcohol beverage control law. She also lectures on alcoholic beverage law.

Ms. Albert earned her Juris Doctor degree from the Maurice A. Dean School of Law at Hofstra University and earned a Bachelor of Science degree, from the University of Vermont. At Hofstra, Ms. Albert was a Notes and Comments Editor for the Journal of International Business and Law, a Publication of the Hofstra University School of Law and Frank G. Zarb School of Business. Ms. Albert is included in the Annual List of Top Attorneys published by Thomson Reuters in its New York Metro Edition of Super Lawyers



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