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Hospitality Law Blog

This blog will focus on the legal issues related to hospitality establishments operating in New York City. Restaurants, Bars, Hotels, clubs, wine and liquor wholesalers, just to mention some.

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The New York State Liquor Authority Considers Exclusive and Non-Exclusive Use Of School Premises

The New York State Liquor Authority (the “SLA”) recently issued an important declaratory ruling relating to the application of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law’s…

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APR 07, 2016

Wholesale Liquor Distribution Licenses in New York.

The New York State Liquor Authority (“SLA”) requires a wholesale liquor distributer to obtain a one year renewable license. In order to obtain a wholesaler license, the…

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APR 07, 2016

Factors to Consider When Choosing the Best Corporate Entity For Your Hospitality Business: Liability for New York Sales and Use Tax Debt.

Several considerations need to be taken into account when choosing a corporate entity when preparing the opening of a restaurant or hotel. A limited liability company is usually the…

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APR 07, 2016

The Importance of Conducting Due Diligence on Premises Prior to Signing a Store-Front Lease.

A common mistake that hospitality entrepreneurs often make is hiring a liquor license attorney only after having executed a lease for the premises that will host the restaurant, bar…

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APR 07, 2016

A clarification on New York’s Tied-House Laws

The distribution of alcoholic beverages in New York is accomplished through a three-tier system, where manufacturers sell their products to wholesalers who then distribute their products…

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APR 07, 2016

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