Helping Businesses Successfully Navigate Strict Regulations
Alcoholic beverage law can be an unexpected barrier in getting a restaurant, bar, craft brewery or more up and running. We help you meet your goals as swiftly as possible.
Working To Ease A Notoriously Complicated Process
Alcoholic beverage law regulates the production, importation and sale of alcohol. Because a combination of federal, state and local laws governs policies pertaining to alcohol, it can be incredibly confusing to understand where to start as a new business.
This is where we come in. Transactional matters under alcoholic beverage law are far different from other business legal issues. At Samuel A. Rubert, P.A., our sole focus is on alcoholic beverage law. Our dedicated legal team assists with everything from confirming the viability of your desired location to understanding your lease agreement and more.
Representing Businesses And Entrepreneurs Throughout the State of Florida
We guide clients throughout transactional matters associated with buying, selling or starting a business.
Land Use Law
The location of your business is critical. We assist with confirming the viability of your desired location and obtaining any necessary approvals from the local cities and counties.
Administrative Action Defense
A civil administrative action can put your entire business at risk. We work to reduce the penalties you face.
Marketing And Advertising Compliance
We work together with clients to ensure they understand strict marketing and advertising requirements.
Experience With A Wide Array Of Businesses
We are proud to have worked together with a broad range of alcoholic beverage industry members across Florida, including:
- Restaurants and bars
- Hotels and country clubs
- Liquor stores
We work with clients at various stages, whether they starting a new business or selling their business. Learn more about clients we have worked with in the past.
The Value Only An Attorney Can Provide
Whether you are a new business owner or have been operating for years, you may question the need to work with an attorney. After all, there are many resources available to assist with various business transactional needs. Unlike so-called license brokers or expeditors, attorneys are regulated by the Florida Bar and most often insured. Moreover, alcoholic beverage law involves unique complications. Without the dedicated guidance of a lawyer knowledgeable in this area, you could face additional barriers and wait times to making your business operational and more importantly, profitable. We can advise on what to expect and what you need.
Turn To A Law Firm You Can Trust
Whether you are opening a new business, expanding your offerings or looking for guidance on remaining in compliance with the law, look no further for legal guidance. Contact our law firm to schedule your consultation. Call us in Miami at 305-809-7669 or in Weston at 954-546-7661. Alternatively, fill out our online contact form.