Center for Alcohol Policy Announces 2010 Legal Symposium

ALEXANDRIA, VA – Some of the best legal minds in the country will gather to explore, debate and discuss current alcohol laws and the challenges facing them at the Third Annual Legal Symposium sponsored by the Center for Alcohol Policy (CAP).
“The basis for alcohol regulation is being challenged in several states,” said CAP Advisory Board Chairman and former Ohio Attorney General Jim Petro. “This gathering is a great opportunity for regulators, public health community advocates, elected leaders, alcohol beverage industry insiders and others interested in alcohol issues to come together to share insights and ideas regarding current alcohol regulation and litigation.” 
Who:               Center for Alcohol Policy (CAP)
What:              Third Annual Legal Symposium on Alcohol Regulation and Litigation
When:             Sunday, October 24 – Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Where:            The Fairmont Dallas (Downtown)

                         1717 North Akard St. 
                         Dallas, TX  75201
Reservations:  866-540-4427
Reference the Center for Alcohol Policy to obtain the special negotiated room rate of $139/night for single/double occupancy. Government employees receive a special Government Employee Rate of $117/night.
Sessions offered during the 2009 CAP Legal Symposium included:

  • Globalization and a U.S.  Constitutional Amendment:  The Future of Alcohol Laws in the  United States 
  • Supplier Contracts:   Implications for State Alcohol Laws 
  • Public Health Aspects of Alcohol  Regulation 
  • Defending State Liquor Laws Under  the 21st Amendment:  A State  Perspective 
  • Liquor Liability Laws:   Pros, Cons and Recent Developments

More details about the 2010 CAP Legal Symposium, including the list of speakers and agenda, will be posted to the CAP Web site, <> , as they become available.
For further information, e-mail [email protected] <mailto:[email protected]> .


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