Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) International is hosting its 18th annual national conference on wine, beer, and spirits law. “For the past 17 years, this program has brought together the premier in-house counsel, private attorneys, regulators, retailers, wholesalers, distributors, vintners, and others involved in the alcohol beverage industry. This year will be no exception.” See CLE International’s 18th Annual National Conference on Wine, Beer & Spirits Law. The conference, which will take place September 19, 2013 through September 20, 2013 at the Omni Hotel in San Diego, will feature topics including history of beverage licensing, liquor control, a model ABC act, consumer promotions, cider, distribution, and more. The topic lineup and schedule can be viewed at CLE International’s 18th Annual National Conference on Wine, Beer & Spirits Law.
The 18th Annual Conference is co-chaired by James M. Seff, Esq. of Pillsbury Law and Marc E. Sorini, Esq. of McDermott Will & Emery LLP. In addition, the conference faculty include many alcohol beverage attorneys and keynote speaker is Tom Stolpman, esq., attorney at Stolpman, Krissman, Elber & Silver and president of Los Olivos-based vineyard Stolpman Vineyards. Up to 12 hours of MCLE credit can be earned, including one hour of ethics or substance abuse training credit. For more information on signing up and tuition, please visit CLE International’s 18th Annual National Conference on Wine, Beer & Spirits Law.
The following program postcard is provided by Kerry Mason, the Program Attorney for CLE International (brochure property of CLE International):