CLE International will host its annual wine, beer, and spirits law conference in Portland, Oregon this September 14th and 15th. This year is the program’s 22nd anniversary of the wine, beer, and spirits conference and, from its lineup, it promises to have some interesting topics in beverage law. Topics include the following:
- How Marijuana Interacts with the Alcohol Industry
- Trade Practice Developments
- When is a Wine Not a Wine?
- What the Heck is Hard Seltzer?
- TTB Update
- State Regulators Panel
- Alcohol Regulatory and Distribution Issues in the Transactional Context
- Trends in Retailer Liability
- Frequent Subtopics in Supplier-Distribution Litigation
- Producers Making Retail Sales – Expanding the Market or Threat to Competition?
- Recent Industry Trademark Developments
- Private Label Legal Issues
and several others.
The conference will take place at the The Benson in Portland and the brochure mentions that up to 13 hours of MCLE credits can be obtained (including one hour of ethics).
For more information or to register, see CLE International website’s 22nd Annual National Conference Wine Beer & Spirits Law. The brochure is here.
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DISCLAIMER: This blog post is for general information purposes only, is not intended to constitute legal advice, and no attorney-client relationship results. Please consult your own attorney for legal advice.