Wine shippers will now file excise tax reports annually, rather than monthly, under a New North Carolina law that went into effect on 11 May 2016.
Sections 4.3 and 4.12 of the new law require wine shippers to submit verified reports once per year to the...
North Carolina Senate Bill 833 proposes to reduce the annual registration fees paid by persons holding malt beverage, fortified wine, and unfortified wine permits in North Carolina.
Currently, these beer and wine permit holders pay an annual registration fee...
On May 24, I participated as a panelist at an ABC Town Hall organized by Raleigh Works Here and the North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association (NCRLA) on May 24th. In addition to myself, speakers on the panel included North Carolina ABC Commission...
Welcome to the Williams Mullen Health Care Data Aware blog, a blog devoted to the protection and security of health care data! As this is the inaugural post, we wanted to introduce our practice and what HIPAA and health care data privacy and security mean to...
Beginning in May 2016, the North Carolina ABC Commission will hold a series of “informal chat sessions” to discuss needed revisions to the ABC regulations. These sessions are not the public hearings that are required during the formal rule-making process,...
Wine Shipper permittees may soon be able to file excise tax reports on an annual basis in North Carolina, rather than monthly.
A proposed bill that would allow wine shippers to file excise tax reports annually is expected to be introduced in the North...
On March 22, Keith Kapp and Jennifer Morgan will conduct a live webcast on Winery, Brewery and Distillery Law in North Carolina for the North Carolina Bar Association. Specific topics to be discussed include federal permits, federal labeling regulations,...
The North Carolina ABC Commission is conducting a review of the ABC regulations in Chapter 15B (formerly 2S). The regulations under review primarily affect restaurants, bars, private clubs, and other retail establishments and include regulations governing...