Date / Time: Thursday, February 11th, 2021 at 3:00 pm PST - 5:00 pm PST (add to calendar)
Event type: Event held online
Register / View: UC Davis Continuing Ed – Introduction To Craft Beer Law
Craft breweries face a complex, highly specific regulatory environment on a daily basis. Designed for brewers and attorneys, the goal of this course is to teach you how to successfully and effectively launch a brewery within the laws encompassing the craft beer industry. Through a mixture of lecture and interactive group activities, you will learn the justifications for regulating craft beer, tools for navigating the regulatory system and an understanding of current policy issues such as market fairness and legislative efforts. By the end of the course, you will be able to successfully navigate the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act and attendant regulations.
Interpret and apply craft brewing regulations for your business
Utilize statutes and regulations to manage regulatory issues when they arise
Assess policy issues underlying the craft beer industry
Skills you will gain:
Craft brewing regulation and compliance
Daniel Croxall, J.D., M.A., teaches the world’s first craft beer law class at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Prior to teaching full-time, Croxall owned his own law firm, representing craft breweries in California and offering full service representation from start-up to in-house counsel. His scholarship focuses on laws and regulations impacting craft breweries, including regulatory compliance, constitutional law, intellectual property, entity formation and more.