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09.11.17 Craft Beer Attorney Taking Her Pursuits to National Level

As seen in the San Diego Business Journal - By JOHN COX Originally published September 8, 2017 at 9:45 a.m., updated September 8, 2017 at 9:45 a.m. San Diego — Not long ago a California craft brewer with more passion than business know-how opted to launch without the...

06.14.17 NOW HIRING – Associate Attorney – Business, Contracts

We are a small, boutique law office specializing in serving the needs of the craft beer industry. Our goal is to keep our clients protected and compliant by ensuring they are aware of the laws they need to be abiding by, in all areas of law. We value community,...

06.13.17 NOW HIRING: Full Time Law Clerk

The Craft Beer Attorney seeks a Full Time Law Clerk. We are a small, boutique law office specializing in serving the needs of the craft beer industry. Our goal is to keep our clients protected and compliant by ensuring they are aware of the laws they need to be...

06.05.17 NOW HIRING: Full Time Administrative Assistant

We are a small, boutique law office specializing in serving the needs of the craft beer industry. Our goal is to keep our clients protected and compliant by ensuring they are aware of the laws they need to be abiding by, in all areas of law. We value community,...

05.17.17 How and When Craft Breweries can use Unpaid Help

As seen in Craft Brewing Business - by Kathleen Spero Craft beer operations often start as a labor of love, with owners and founders working tirelessly to bring their vision into fruition. Offers of assistance and unpaid labor may come in from friends, family and...

05.10.17 California Beer Law – Self Distribution Restrictions

We’d like to remind clients about self-distribution restrictions based on license type. Certain license types cannot accept beer that is self-distributed: Type 75 – All beer that a Type 75 brings on-site must come through a licensed distributor (i.e., Type 17).  Drop...

04.04.17 The Ins and Outs of Brewery Compensation

As seen on Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine - KATHLEEN SPERO Hiring employees is one of the most exciting—and complex—aspects of operating a brewery. Here’s an overview of the issues to consider when thinking about how to compensate the range of employees who will be...

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