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New License Will Allow Wineries to Ship Directly to NJ Residents for First Time: NJ Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control(ABC) to Oversee

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | May 03, 2012 | 0 Comments

Wineries throughout the country will now be able to ship wine directly to New Jersey residents for the first time. The law also allows for licensed retail establishments to open tasting rooms in New Jersey, provided they obtain the necessary license issued by the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Co...

New Jersey Liquor Store Owners Caught Selling Alcohol To Minors During the Summer Months. Call an Experienced New Jersey ABC Attorney for Help!

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Aug 09, 2011 | 0 Comments

Given the recent spike of underage drinking, fake ID, and other related charges written in Monmouth County and Ocean County, it is not surprising that liquor license owners, bartenders, and managers are worried. There is a heightened need among owners to hire bouncers, off-duty police officers, a...

Howell Township Accepting Bids For Liquor License

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Jul 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

For every extra 3,000 people that reside in a town, one more plenary retail consumption license may be issued. (New Jersey Statute 33:1-12.14). This is exactly where Howell Township found itself after the 2010 census, which estimated the township's population at 51,075. As a result, Howell has op...

New Jersey Bars, Clubs and Restaurants Beware: New Jersey Supreme Court Allows Dram Shop Claim To Continue For Injuries To Visibly Intoxicated Patron Who Crashed Motorcycle

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Jun 02, 2011 | 0 Comments

On November 9, 2006, Frederick Voss was injured when his motorcycle collided with a vehicle operated by Kristoffe Tranquilino in Toms River, New Jersey. Voss, whose blood alcohol content was nearly two and a half times the legal limit at .196, pled guilty to DWI. Mr. Voss then filed a dram shop c...

Penalties For Violations Of New Jersey ABC Laws

Posted by Carmine R. Villani | Mar 09, 2011 | 0 Comments

One penalty for violating New Jersey ABC laws is an Order of Suspension. An Order of Suspension prohibits the license holder from selling any alcohol on the premises for the duration of the suspension of their license and also prohibits the license holder from serving, delivering or permitting th...

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