Tag Archives: tied-house

happy-hour-sign January 25

A Win for Rational Thought In Alcohol Advertising – 8th Circuit Asks District Court to Consider Whether There’s A Correlation Between Alcohol Advertising Regulations and Their Intended Objectives In Order to Satisfy First Amendment Scrutiny

It’s not just that some 20th Century laws are not equipped to handle 21st Century problems. (I read that in a Google ad a while back and still think it is a great statement.)  Its that since the time when many of the problems asserted in the alcohol industry were the subject of “tied-house” and […]

alcohol-advertising January 20

Oral Argument Video of Challenge to Alcohol Advertising Tied-House Regulations at 9th Circuit

As we said we would yesterday, here is the video of the oral argument that happened yesterday in Retail Digital Network, LLC, v. Director of Alcoholic Control Board, Applesmith (link is to our post from yesterday describing the case and why it is important to advertisers and brewers, vintners, and distillers.

alcohol-advertising January 19

Tied-House Challenge To Allow Alcohol Advertising Payments to Retailers Has Oral Argument In Front of En Banc 9th Circuit – Here’s a Live Link!

Officially, you can view 9th Circuit oral arguments here the day after they occur.  But that’s really not good enough, is it.  So here is a Youtube Link to be able to watch the Courtroom Session as it occurs.  The arguments are set for 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time today. In case you’ve had your head […]