Easterling Addresses How Bars, Clubs and Restaurants Can Be Proactive Before Compliance Checks

February 26, 2018

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Taylor Porter Special Counsel Dick Easterling, practice group leader of the Firm's Alcohol Beverage Licensing and Related Enforcement Issues practice, authored, "Compliance Check! What Bars, Clubs and Restaurants Need to Do to Be Compliant With Regulations," published in the Taylor Porter blog, The Taylor RePorter.

The Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control and various state and local law enforcement agencies are conducting more compliance checks to make sure that all venues that have an alcohol and/or tobacco permit are abiding by all laws and regulations that pertain to them.

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