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Alcohol Beverage; Mediation & Alternative Dispute Resolution; Food Law; Hospitality; International; Litigation; Residential, Resort & Club; Restaurant; Sweepstakes and Gaming
Shareholder in the Alcohol Beverage and Food Department. Multi-dimensional industry focused practice concentrating on litigation, compliance, marketing, and management of large scale licensing projects. Represents clients before the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Tax and Trade Bureau, as well as state level alcohol beverage agencies. Clients include suppliers of malt beverages, wine, and distilled spirits, and retailers of alcoholic beverages such as grocery stores, hotels, and restaurants, in addition to third party companies serving the alcohol beverage industry. Industry related litigation experience in the areas of complex commercial, dram shop, trademark, franchise rights, and excise tax. Advertising and promotions practice addressing trade practice and regulatory compliance matters, including the development of loyalty programs, websites, smartphone applications, and other ecommerce mechanisms.
The Florida Bar; The Connecticut Bar; American Bar Association; Federal Bar Association; Hillsborough County Bar Association; Academy of Hospitality Industry Attorneys; Women of the Vine & Spirits
Yale University, B.A. Renaissance Studies (cum laude with distinction, 1993); University of Miami School of Law, J.D. (cum laude, 1996)