Category Archives: Beverage Blog

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Towns And Cities Putting The Squeeze On Nips

Law Offices of John P. Connell, P.C.: Towns and cities in Massachusetts such as Framingham and Wareham in recent years have debated whether to impose municipal wide regulations that would ban the sale of so-called “nips” from liquor stores operating within those communities. Nips (a term derived from the word “nipperkin,” meaning a unit of liquid measurement containing less than Continue Reading...
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The Perils of Not Renewing Your License After A Suspension or Revocation

Law Offices of John Connell, P.C.: The ABCC has released two recent decisions demonstrating that a licensee who has a suspended or revoked license must still renew the license in November of the same calendar year in order to pursue an appeal at the ABCC for that discipline during the succeeding year. While it may seem counterintuitive to file an Continue Reading...
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M.S. WALKER LOSES EPIC 25E BATTLE WITH CONSTELLATION BRANDS AT ABCC

Law Offices of John P. Connell, P.C.: On February 11, 2016, the ABCC rendered its Memorandum And Order On Respondent’s Motion For Summary Judgment in the long-running litigation between M.S. Walker, Inc. and Constellation Brands, Inc., which seemingly has ended at the ABCC, anyway, M.S. Walker’s attempt to retain continued shipments of certain wine brands pursuant to Massachusetts General Law, Continue Reading...
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OTHER PROSCRIBED PRACTICES BY MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALERS: SHELF PLANS AND SCHEMATICS

Law Offices of John P. Connell, P.C.: In the wake of the ABCC’s recent decision against the Craft Brewers Guild in the so-called “pay-to-play” investigation, another proscribed practice by manufacturers and wholesalers has also been addressed by the regulators: the practice of providing liquor stores with shelf plans or schematics that go beyond just a stand-alone marketing tool. On February Continue Reading...
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ABCC Releases Its Decision Against Craft Brewer’s Guild in Pay-to-Play Controversy

The ABCC just released its decision against Craft Brewer’s Guild in the Pay-to-Play Controversy, click here to read the full decision....
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