New Online Alcohol Law Discussion Forum

The National Beer Wholesaler Association (NBWA) has launched AlcoholLawReview.com, an online discussion board which allows users to gather information about many of the most pertinent developments in alcohol regulation and litigation. The web site facilitates dialogue about current alcohol law cases, legal challenges and issues around the country.

“From local courts to the Supreme Court of the United States, alcohol continues to be a subject of legal debate,” said NBWA president Craig Purser. “AlcoholLawReview.com is a place for all those interested in state-based alcohol regulation, which facilitates an orderly marketplace and works to ensure consumer safety, to come together to gain insight and discuss the best responses to legal challenges to the regulation set forth by the 21st Amendment.”

The online forum, which is moderated by NBWA senior vice president, industry affairs and general counsel, Paul Pisano, will offer occasional guest columns featuring experts in alcohol law. The site will include alcohol law news updates and links to important legal developments.

Visit the site at www.alcohollawreview.com. For more information, visit www.nbwa.org.

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