Clark Hill Attorneys Benjamin Shipper and Jason Canvasser Published in the Detroit Legal News
Clark Hill attorneys Benjamin Shipper and Jason Canvasser were recently published in the Detroit Legal News. The article, “Sixth Circuit Upholds Michigan’s Prohibition Against Direct to Consumer Wine Shipments from Out-of-State Retailers,” discusses the recent proposal of bills that would allow out-of-state wine retailers, that have obtained a license from the Michigan Liquor Control Commission, to sell directly to consumers. Currently, consumers must purchase wine from retailers with a physical presence in Michigan.
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Canvasser is a Member in Clark Hill's Detroit office where he practices in the Litigation group. Canvasser’s practice focuses on advising clients on best practices for managing and avoiding potential risks and liabilities. As part of his practice, Canvasser also routinely represents national clients on a number of issues relating to the sale of alcohol, both on-site and off-site.
Shipper is an Associate in the Litigation group of Clark Hill's Detroit office. Shipper focuses his practice in commercial litigation, including contract disputes, employment issues, business torts, and collection matters.
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