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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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10 NEW FULL VALUE BOSTON ALL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSES SURE TO GO QUICK

Law Offices of John P. Connell, P.C.: Contained within an “Economic Development Bill” signed by then Governor Patrick in August 2014, the Massachusetts Legislature amended Chapter 138 of the Massachusetts General Laws, the state’s Liquor License Act, and allowed the City of Boston to issue 75 new liquor licenses, 25 of which were to be available in September 2014; 25 Continue Reading...
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Refilling Those Growlers

Law Offices of John Connell, P.C.: The Massachusetts’ legislature is currently trying to clarify the issue of whether Massachusetts’ farmer-brewers and brewpubs may fill growlers purchased at other breweries or provided by their consumers on their own. Currently in Massachusetts, farmer brewers and pub breweries are prohibited as a matter of ABCC policy from filling any growler that does not Continue Reading...
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THE LIMITATIONS FOR LICENSED PREMISES CAUSED BY THE REQUIREMENT OF “CONTIGUOUS SPACES”

Law Offices of John P. Connell, P.C.: For decades, going to a restaurant that has a liquor license has been largely a stagnant experience in the sense that a patron usually dines either in a defined dining room area or in the bar area of that restaurant. Modern restaurant designs have blended the bar and dining areas, and some designs have Continue Reading...
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WHEN APPLYING FOR A NEW LIQUOR LICENSE CAN YOUR COMPETITORS OBJECT?

The Law Offices of John P. Connell, P.C.:  The ABCC recently issued a decision that held that the City of Chicopee erred in refusing to grant a petition to transfer a license to a new proposed location that would have been operated by BJ’s Wholesalers. The license had been exercised for over 20 years by Winn Liquors, Inc., at a location Continue Reading...
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