MCLE: Wine Law, from Prohibition to Today (Zoom)

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Hosted By
Women Lawyer’s Association


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm





Event Details

Courtney Taylor

Courtney will present a brief overview of the history of alcohol regulations in the United States, followed by a presentation outlining how our failed experiment with alcohol prohibition shaped the complicated web of laws and regulations that still govern the wine industry today and the challenges wineries face to comply with these outdated systems. Topics will include the various state regulatory frameworks that regulate wine production, distribution, and sales, as well as trade practice and tied house laws that continue to restrict basic contracting, marketing, and sales activities that are unregulated in almost any other industry.

The Women Lawyers Association of San Luis Obispo County is a California State Bar-approved MCLE provider. This program qualifies for one (1.0) hour of MCLE participatory credit. Please Join Us (remotely)!

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Please RSVP one week in advance.