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Current Issues in Alcohol Beverage and Hemp Licensing in Wisconsin 2024

Product ID: CA3663D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Legislation with a twist 

Big changes to alcohol beverage law arrived with the passage of 2023 Wisconsin Act 73 (Act 73). The act introduces a new regulatory framework for alcohol policies along with changes to municipal licensing and regulation of retailers who sell cigarettes, tobacco, and electronic vaping devices. It also authorizes producers such as wineries and breweries to make full-service retail sales of beer, wine, and spirits. But some Wisconsin businesses have challenged the law, arguing that certain provisions threaten their businesses and violate their constitutional rights.1  

At Current Issues in Alcohol Beverage and Hemp Licensing in Wisconsin, Jeffrey M. Glazer and Collin F. Schaefer will share important insights on recent changes to these industries in Wisconsin. You’ll delve into Act 73's impacts on:

  • Municipal licensing
  • Retailers selling vapor products 
  • Wedding barns and other venues
  • Full-Service Retail permits and requirements 
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Legislation with a twist 

Big changes to alcohol beverage law arrived with the passage of 2023 Wisconsin Act 73 (Act 73). The act introduces a new regulatory framework for alcohol policies along with changes to municipal licensing and regulation of retailers who sell cigarettes, tobacco, and electronic vaping devices. It also authorizes producers such as wineries and breweries to make full-service retail sales of beer, wine, and spirits. But some Wisconsin businesses have challenged the law, arguing that certain provisions threaten their businesses and violate their constitutional rights.1  

At Current Issues in Alcohol Beverage and Hemp Licensing in Wisconsin, Jeffrey M. Glazer and Collin F. Schaefer will share important insights on recent changes to these industries in Wisconsin. You’ll delve into Act 73's impacts on:

  • Municipal licensing
  • Retailers selling vapor products 
  • Wedding barns and other venues
  • Full-Service Retail permits and requirements 
Read More ↓

Jeffrey M. Glazer is a partner at Ogden Glazer + Schaefer where he manages the firm’s food and beverage practice. He has worked with alcohol beverage companies for the past 15 plus years and his practice encompasses all 4 tiers of the 3-tier system (including the farmers that make the ingredients). OG+S represents a wide array of manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, and the farmers who supply them. He has spoken at numerous events across the country on food and beverage issues and published frequently on topics relevant to the industry. Jeff was also the founder of Madison Beer Review and Madison Craft Beer Week.

Collin F. Schaefer is a partner in the law firm of Ogden Glazer + Schaefer. He received his undergraduate degree from Bradley University in international business and Spanish, and his law degree from the University of Wisconsin. After graduation, Collin started practice in Dodge County before opening a solo firm in Cedarburg and eventually, merged his firm with Erin Ogden and Jeff Glazer of OgdenGlazer. At OG+S Collin’s practice focuses on startups, securities, alcohol beverage licensing and permitting, trademarks, and real estate. Collin is the past president of the Dodge County Bar Association, the Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce, and is a volunteer with Legal Action’s Eviction Defense Project. Outside the office, Collin enjoys spending time with his wife (Kim) and son (Noah), gardening, and hiking. 

  • Hear the latest insights and legal developments impacting the alcohol beverage, hemp, and vapor industries in Wisconsin
  • Discover how the alcohol beverage licensing process has changed since the enactment of Act 73
  • Understand recent changes to municipal licensing of electronic vaping devices
  • Get up to speed on litigation challenging newly enacted liquor license requirements for wedding barn venues 
  • Learn what breweries, wineries, and distilleries need to know about new Full Service Retail (FSR) regulations
  • Business lawyers
  • Government lawyers 
  • Municipal lawyers
  • Small business advisers
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