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The Challenges of the Evolving Marijuana Industry: Reconciling State Legislation with Federal Prohibition

USA - April 20 2016 Cultivation, production, distribution, or possession of marijuana is a federal criminal offense under the Controlled Substances Act (the CSA). Yet...

Derek M. Mayor.


Take a bite out of taxation: the core issues of the CIDER Act

USA - September 14 2015 Interest in, and consumption of, hard cider is on an upswing in the United States. The hard cider market grew by 71 percent in 20141 with total cider...

Ashley E. Cowgill, James M. Seff.


Nevada’s AG reminds retailers, wholesalers and suppliers: comply with alcohol beverage laws

USA - March 24 2014 On January 30, 2014 the State of Nevada Attorney General's Office issued an open letter to all retailers, wholesalers and suppliers of alcohol...

Jerry R. Jolly, James M. Seff, Joseph L. Cruz.


Ninth Circuit Opens the Door to Relaxing Decades-Old Law Restricting Supplier-Paid Advertising in Retail Establishments

USA - January 13 2016 In a decision released on January 7, 2016, Retail Digital Network LLC v. Jacob Appelsmith, the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit...

Ashley E. Cowgill, Derek M. Mayor, James M. Seff.


California sets the table for regulation of third-party wine providers

USA - November 21 2011 On November 1, 2011 the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) issued new guidance regarding the regulation of the ever-increasing number of third-party wine providers (now known informally as TPPs) who advertise and facilitate wine sales on the Internet....

Jerry R. Jolly, James M. Seff.