How To Transfer a Liquor License in Ohio

How To Transfer a Liquor License in Ohio If you found this article, you may be wondering how to properly transfer a liquor license in Ohio. To begin, you should know that in Ohio, a liquor license cannot be transferred by itself - but must be transferred along with assets...

Do I Need a Liquor License to Sell Alcohol in Ohio?

Do I Need a Liquor License to Sell Alcohol in Ohio? If you have found this page, you are likely wondering if you need a liquor license to sell alcohol in the State of Ohio. To begin, it’s important to understand that alcohol sales in the United States have never...

How Much Does a Liquor License Cost in Ohio?

How Much Does a Liquor License Cost in Ohio? As Ohio Liquor License Lawyers, we get asked this question frequently. In general, there is no one answer for this, as the value of a license depends on a large array of factors. At its most basic, the value of a...

Ohio Issues Guidance On Re-Opening the Economy Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Ohio Issues Guidance to Businesses to Begin to Reopen Amid COVID-19 The global Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) has sent uncertainty rippling through businesses and households around the globe. On April 27th, 2020, the State of Ohio issued a set of "Responsible Protocols for Getting Ohio Back to Work" which contained a...

Ohio Grants Temporary Relief to Liquor Permit Holders

Ohio Grants Liquor Permit Renewal Extension The global Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) has sent uncertainty rippling through businesses and households around the globe. As Liquor License Attorneys, we know that few industries have been hit as hard as the bar and restaurant industry. The Ohio Department of Liquor Control has announced...

Ohio Guide to Statutes of Limitation │ Civil Lawyers

Ohio Guide to Statutes of Limitation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q036976gJYAAlways remember that there are time limits for filing both civil and criminal cases referred to as the statute of limitations. These limits are meant to ensure a number of things: That potential plaintiffs can’t threaten lawsuits forever; and To protect the integrity of...

Ohio’s Motorcycle Helmet Law – ORC 4511.53

Ohio's Motorcycle Helmet Law Riding a motorcycle is more dangerous than driving a car. They are less stable than a car during maneuvers such as emergency braking and swerving. They are also less visible on the road. Moreover, when they crash they lack the protection of an enclosed vehicle so the driver...

Ohio Issues “Stay At Home” Order

Ohio Orders Citizens to "Stay at Home" Governor DeWine and State of Ohio officials announced a new “Stay and Home’ order that begins Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 and lasts until at least April 7th, 2020.Ohioans are permitted to leave home for a variety of reasons, such as health and safety,...

Coronavirus, Contracts and Cancellations

Top Tips Review all contracts to determine whether provisions excuse performance based on a pandemic such as COVID-19.Review all applicable insurance policies to see if there is cancellation coverage for a pandemic such as COVID-19Engage in open dialogue early and often.Check your ticketing terms and conditions.If you don’t have anything...

The Legal Basis for Forced Quarantines

Until this January, the Federal government had not used its Federal quarantine power since the 1960’s – when the government detained an individual with a suspected case of smallpox. In early 2020, the outbreak of the Coronavirus (Formally COVID-19) has stoked worldwide fear of a pandemic, sent stock markets tumbling,...

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