Craft Beer Laws & Regulations
If you own, work for or are thinking of opening a brewery in Virginia ... you need to know the rules.
Every brewery is subject to complex federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Whether you are a start-up or existing brewery, this course will help you successfully navigate the legal waters regarding the craft beer industry.
What you'll learn
After completing this 6-hour course, you will have a strong understanding of these topics (and more!):
> Federal licensing (TTB)
> State licensing
> Three-tier system
> Intellectual property/trademarking
> Business structures
> Owner operating agreements
> Employee issues
> Brewing legislation
> Virginia ABC
Cost: $149 early bird, $179 full price
This is a virtual course consisting of three real-time lectures and Q&A with the instructor. Instruction is based on laws in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Brandon Carter is a Partner in the Savannah office of Lewis Brisbois. Brandon relocated to Savannah in 2019 after practicing law in Virginia for almost a decade. He maintains a beverage law practice where he assists alcoholic beverage manufacturers and retailers with issues including licensing, intellectual property rights, zoning, violations and employment matters.
Previously, Brandon served as Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for Scott County, Va.
A history nerd, Brandon is also a co-founder and board member of Richmond Beeristoric.
Sponsored by Carter Bank & Trust