Jason Canvasser Published in The Legal Intelligencer, “Impact of the Coronavirus on the Liquor Industry in Pa. and Beyond.”
Detroit Member Jason Canvasser recently published an article in The Legal Intelligencer discussing the impacts that the novel coronavirus has had on consumers, especially those who are looking to purchase alcoholic beverages. The coronavirus, or as it is commonly known now as COVID-19, continues to change the way Americans do business and live their daily lives. Retailers have seen their shelves stripped bare as customers fill their carts and stock up on everything from toilet paper to alcoholic beverages. Canvasser’s article discusses the many issues impacting the liquor industry in the wake of COVID-19.
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Canvasser is a Member in Clark Hill's Detroit office where he practices in the Litigation group. His 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. These clients include restaurants, bars, pharmacies, grocery stores, manufactures, distributors, hotels, and convenience stores. As part of that representation, Canvasser regularly advises clients, among other things, on issues relating to alcohol promotions, tasting events, sampling promotions, charity events, and zoning issues.
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