Category: Delivery and Shipping

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Wine enthusiast? Liquor retailer? Today at 1:30 CST, watch the Mississippi direct wine shipping oral arguments live! Bonus: we’ve got the link and the video.

That’s right, the oral arguments in this historic wine shipping case involving the rights...

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New briefs filed in 6th Circuit out-of-state retailer direct wine shipping case with broad implications for alcohol delivery in the U.S. (Amazon of liquor… if Amazon wasn’t already registering in every state).

Imagine being able to order whatever libation you wanted and having it delivered directly...

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Amazon of liquor one step closer as Michigan files opening brief in 6th Circ. Commerce Clause appeal of injunction allowing out-of-state retailers to ship alcohol to residents like in-state retailers can.

Back in October we wrote about Michigan’s Lebamoff decision and the win it represents...

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Illinois Supreme Court case provides insight about whether the UCC requires a chance to cure if you want to revoke acceptance of goods – could be useful if you bought grapes, hops, grains that are defective.

Admit it, you’ve purchased ingredients you found out later were defective, or spoiled.  Well,...

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Court TOTALLY WRONG about why beer skunks… and it dismissed that Atlas lawsuit over TTB not processing COLAs during government shutdown.

Let’s start with a matter of science and not the thoroughly drafted opinion denying...

Complaint arguing federal preemption of state restrictions on bonded transfers (in-bond) transfers of alcohol between like producers.

New case challenging state efforts to restrict federally authorized bonded transfers arguing preemption could have vast implications for states prohibiting alcohol transfers in bond between producers like breweries, wineries, and distilleries.

If you’re not following the excellent coverage of alcohol related issues over at Alcohol...

BREAKING: SCOTUS decides Tennessee v. Blair – invalidates residency requirements OPINION EMBEDDED BELOW – WIN FOR ACCESS AND CHOICE AND … FREEDOM!

Obviously, more on the implications and opinoin later, but for now, enjoy! (here is...