Supreme Court Grants Cert in Tennessee Retailers Case

The Supreme Court will hear the appeal of the Tennessee Retailers Association.  On September 27, 2018 the court granted the petition filed earlier this summer.   The question presented to the court is “Whether the Twenty-first Amendment empowers States, consistent with the dormant Commerce Clause, to regulate liquor sales by granting retail or wholesale licenses only to individuals or…Read More

Motions to Dismiss Out of State Wholesaler Case in California Filed

The State of California has filed a Motion to Dismiss a Complaint filed by Orion Wine (a Florida company) and a Florida businessman who claim that the three-tier laws of California that require retailers in California to secure their alcohol from California wholesalers is a violation of the dormant Commerce Clause and the Privileges and…Read More

Appeal filed in Mississippi Action Against Illegal Alcohol Shipment

The Attorney General of Mississippi has indeed filed an appeal with the Supreme Court of Mississippi to the Judgments and Orders of the Chancery Court of Rankin County which had dismissed the state’s Complaint.   We will keep you up to date on additional briefing. (earlier post)  Mississippi AG to Appeal Shipping Ruling A state trial…Read More