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Tag Archives: Food Wholesaling and Retailing

Ban on direct wine sales ruled unconstitutional

New York Alcoholic Beverage Container Law § 102(1)(c) provides, in part: “No alcoholic beverages shall be shipped into the state unless the same shall be consigned to a person duly licensed hereunder to traffic in alcoholic beverages. This prohibition shall ...

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Court of Appeals finds instruction to jury defined charges adequately

Did a U.S. District Court’s instruction to the jury adequately distinguish the elements of bribery from those of paying unlawful gratuities≠ In USA v. Mark Alfisi, the defendant-appellant appealed his conviction of bribery, payment of unlawful gratuities and conspiracy to ...

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Court of Appeals finds instruction to jury defined charges adequately (9714)

Did a U.S. District Court’s instruction to the jury adequately distinguish the elements of bribery from those of paying unlawful gratuities≠ In USA v. Mark Alfisi, the defendant-appellant appealed his conviction of bribery, payment of unlawful gratuities and conspiracy to ...

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Valley Manor’s Lobster Bisque fundraiser slated for Sept. 24 (9627)

Like Brigadoon, it only appears for one day, and if you’re not there, you’ll miss it. But in Rochester, we’re talking about Valley Manor’s Famous Lobster Bisque, based on the recipe from the old Dicken’s Restaurant. Valley Manor and The ...

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Oil co. adopts reforms to prevent underage access to tobacco products (9516)

New York State has reached an agreement with the country’s largest oil company to implement new policies to prevent underage access to tobacco products in its gas stations and convenience stores. Exxon Mobil Corp. agreed to sweeping reforms that include ...

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Oil co. adopts reforms to prevent underage access to tobacco products

New York State has reached an agreement with the country’s largest oil company to implement new policies to prevent underage access to tobacco products in its gas stations and convenience stores. Exxon Mobil Corp. agreed to sweeping reforms that include ...

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Wal-Mart expansion project violates lease

Does a lease between a landlord and tenant prohibit the landlord from allowing another tenant to expand its business in the same shopping center≠This was the central issue before New York State Supreme Court Judge Thomas A. Stander in Elmridge ...

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