Another Retailer Shipping Case Filed – This Time in North Carolina

The lawyer combination of Tanford and Epstein have filed their (at least) sixth retail shipping dormant commerce clause lawsuit since the Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association decision in the Supreme Court.

This time they have filed a complaint on behalf of Florida business and several North Carolina residents claiming that the North Carolina laws discriminate against commerce.  They claim a North Carolina retail residency law and the lack of the ability of the Florida company to secure a North Carolina permit to ship wine from out of state violate the U.S. Constitution’s dormant Commerce Clause.

Two of the North Carolina resident plaintiffs have the last name Rash.   So this will likely be a Rash decision at the end of the day.  (Sorry, had to go there.)

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  1. Thanks for the update (and the laugh).

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