Owning and operating a hotel, resort or restaurant is a complex and multifaceted undertaking. Complying with the complex and ever-changing regulations that govern industry standards — including alcohol beverage laws —is a daunting but critical component of a business’s success. The knowledgeable and experienced team of hospitality and beverage law attorneys at Meyers & Meyers, LLP, will serve as an important business asset.
Drawing on more than 85 years of combined experience, the lawyers of Meyers & Meyers, LLP, are prepared to help local, national and international clients in the hospitality and beverage law industry with operations in the state of New York.
Call us to discuss your legal matter in any of the following areas of hotel, resort and restaurant law:
- Contracts to purchase or sell
- Construction and development
- Financing and leasing
- Immigration compliance, I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification and Audits
- Employment-based green cards and nonimmigrant visas
- Alcohol and beverage control matters
Our lawyers instinctively understand the burden that is associated with owning and operating a business in the hospitality industry in the state of New York. We are dedicated to solving problems and preparing our clients for a profitable future. Regardless of the challenges our clients face, our lawyers work diligently to develop appropriate legal strategies to pursue the right solutions for any business.
Serving Businesses Of All Sizes, From National Companies To Small Local Business Owners, In Obtaining Liquor Licenses In The State Of New York
The New York State Liquor Authority (SLA) has substantial regulatory powers to enforce and uphold New York’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Law (ABC). Hotels, restaurant and other business owners who fail to comply with these requirements face potentially significant sanctions.
Our law firm assists all segments of the alcohol and beverage industry, from wineries, brewers and distillers, to wholesalers, importers and distributors. We also work with hotels, restaurants, taverns, grocery and liquor stores, arenas, clubs and theaters.
The SLA requires that a company provides extensive documentation regarding various aspects of its business. For example, you will need to list your shareholders, information regarding your income, your landlord and more. This documentation process is complex and arduous, and our lawyers are prepared to guide you through its many layers. By drawing on more than 85 years of combined experience, we are determined to help achieve the best outcome possible as you grow your business.
Meyers & Meyers, LLP, also counsels clients in defending actions brought by governmental or regulatory agencies, such as actions involving service to minors. Our firm also defends licensees against allegations of misconduct in administrative, trial and appellate courts.
We understand the variety of issues that business owners face. In response to this, we actively pursue results as we efficiently and thoroughly maintain the requirements stated in the New York’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Law.