Archives for 2019

Total Wine Seeks Full 2nd Circuit En Banc Review on Challenge to Connecticut Pricing Laws

Connecticut Fine Wine and Spirits d/b/a Total Wine & More is asking the full 2nd Circuit to hear and reverse the panel that recently upheld four Connecticut alcohol pricing laws against a Sherman Act challenge. In a comprehensive filing Connecticut Fine Wine and Spirits (CFWS) claims that the decisions of the district court and 2nd…Read More

Tennessee Retailers’ Supreme Court Case Has A New Respondent

The pending Supreme Court case on the Tennessee retail residency law is now on its third named state defendant.  Sorry Clayton Byrd and now Zachary Blair, your name is off the case caption.  Congratulations to Russell F. Thomas who is the new Executor Director of the Tennessee Alcohol Beverage Control and because of that title…Read More

Guest Column: 100 Years After the Failure of Prohibition, the Supreme Court Has Opportunity to Prevent Another Federalization of Alcohol Policy

100 Years After the Failure of Prohibition, the Supreme Court Has Opportunity to Prevent Another Federalization of Alcohol Policy On January 16, 2019 the United States Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair.   January 16th is a critical date in alcohol policy history because on…Read More