Liquor Licensing

Dependable Legal Counsel for Liquor Licensing

Knowledgeable Liquor Law Attorneys for the Hudson Valley

Obtaining a liquor license can be a complicated and lengthy process for business owners to undertake on their own. A rejected application or extended delay in the licensing process could create hardships at a critical stage of starting or growing the enterprise.

The attorneys at McCabe & Mack LLP have specific experience in this area of the law. We regularly represent restaurants, hotels, catering facilities, golf courses, bars, liquor stores, breweries and wineries in all phases of the liquor licensing process. We also represent these clients in enforcement proceedings before the New York State Liquor Authority.

Comprehensive Assistance to Businesses that Sell and Serve Alcohol

  • We can help navigate the rules and procedures of the New York State Liquor Authority to make sure that your application is properly prepared and submitted, so as to avoid unnecessary delays.
  • Liquor license violations can result in fines, suspensions and even a two-year ban. We represent licensees in Liquor Authority administrative hearings and disciplinary proceedings to contest the charges and mitigate the penalties.
  • In addition to liquor license matters, we provide full-service counsel to businesses in entity formation, owner/partner agreements, vendor contracts and employee matters. McCabe & Mack is proud to have fostered many restaurants, caterers, breweries and other startups through the generations.

Our trusted firm has served Poughkeepsie, the Hudson Valley and the Capital District for more than 125 years. Arrange a consultation at your convenience.




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