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Distillery Law CLE

Quimbee’s distillery law continuing legal education (CLE) courses deliver the content lawyers need with engaging videos that are fun to watch.

Distillery Law CLE Courses

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    Quimbee Distillery Law CLE Online

    If you’re looking for a simple, engaging way to learn about distillery law and fulfill your continuing legal education (CLE) requirements, look no further than Quimbee CLE online.

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    An Overview of Distillery Law

    Distillery law encompasses all of the legal issues surrounding the alcoholic beverage industry. This can include a range of work, including handling contracts, dealing with regulatory issues, securing trademarks, and ensuring proper labeling. Attorneys working in distillery law may work with organizations of all sizes, from microbreweries to international brewers.

    The alcoholic beverage industry in America is highly regulated. Each state regulates the distilling and distribution of alcohol; these regulations may vary widely. Additionally, alcohol is regulated on a federal level by a number of laws—most famously the Federal Uniform Drinking Age Act of 1984, 23 U.S.C. § 158, which set the minimum drinking age at 21. Additionally, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is a law enforcement organization within the Department of Justice that, among other responsibilities, investigates and prevents illegal trafficking and tax evasion of alcohol products.

    Who Should Take CLE Courses in Distillery Law?

    Distilling is one of the oldest types of businesses in the country, and it likely isn’t going away any time soon. And legal issues will always abound in such an industry. For attorneys interested in working with brewers and other types of distillers—or even if you’re considering picking up a new hobby—a CLE course in distillery law is bound to be enjoyable. (Be sure to check the laws in your state before getting started on your own distilling.) Additionally, with the number of craft distilleries increasing every year, there are countless new market entrants coming into a highly regulated industry. An attorney educated in the latest developments in distillery law is a valuable asset to anyone involved in the alcoholic beverage industry.