M&S Earns U.S. News & World Report 2019 “Best Law Firms” Tier 1 Recognition
We are excited to share that Mac Murray & Shuster has been named to the U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers 2019 “Best Law Firms” [...]
With complex and strictly enforced state regulations, Ohio liquor permit holders not only must stay current on evolving laws, but must also proactively implement strong compliance measures for their business. Failure to comply with regulations can cause a permit holder to face significant financial liability or even worse, to lose the permit. The best business practices require permit holders to implement rigorous employee training, ongoing operational policies to minimize any chance of a citation before the Ohio Liquor Control Commission, and accounting processes to ensure sales tax issues do not arise.
Our team has significant experience helping permit holders navigate these complex regulations and develop the best business practices to protect their business. We routinely advise on proactive compliance and employee training, as well as defend businesses that have been cited. We also assist clients with permit transfers to help grow their businesses or to sell an existing business. We regularly work with all types of permit holders including restaurants, bars, craft brewers, fraternal organizations, golf courses, carry-outs and commercial property owners who lease permit premises.
Whether you are looking to start a business for the first time or are an experienced permit holder seeking guidance on maintaining compliance, we can provide you with the necessary legal services to cover all of the needs of Ohio liquor permit holders, including the following: