New Jersey Liquor License Lawyer
New Jersey Liquor License laws are complex and burdensome. Whether you are seeking to sell, buy or transfer a liquor license or you are facing administrative charges from the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, you must be aware of New Jersey’s ABC laws. Few attorneys practice in the area of Alcoholic Beverage Rules and Regulations. Even fewer possess the experience of being a former New Jersey Deputy Attorney General with the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control. Firm Partner, William C. Fay, IV, is a former New Jersey Deputy Attorney General for the Division of ABC. He spent his career prosecuting cases on behalf of the State and regulating the Alcoholic Beverage Industry. Call (732) 858-5857 today for your complimentary consultation with Mr. Fay. We specialize in all facets of liquor license rules, regulations and transfers. Whether you are a Brewery, Distillery, Winery, Liquor Store, Restaurant, Hotel or Wholesaler, our firm can offer you the experience and expertise expected of an ABC attorney.
Please click on our following links to learn more about the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control’s rules and regulations and how we can assist you and your liquor license.
- Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control
- Municipal Licensing Authority
- Liquor Licenses
- ABC Charges
- Criminal Charges
- Office of Administrative Law
If you are interested in buying a liquor license, selling a current liquor license, filing an application change the statute of your active/inactive license or have questions about a Notice of Charges you received from the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, Proetta & Oliver is here to help. New Jersey’s Alcoholic Beverage Industry is highly regulated and complex. For example, a prior criminal arrest and conviction could disqualify you from owning a liquor license, regardless of how long ago it was and how insignificant it may have been. Moreover, municipalities and local police can delay liquor license transfers and the New Jersey ABC can file charges against your liquor license.
Liquor Law Attorneys in New Jersey
The attorneys at Proetta & Oliver have assisted thousand of clients. Our testimonials and results speak for themselves. Do not let just any attorney represent you with your liquor license. Contact an experienced ABC liquor license attorney to protect your interests. Mr. Fay’s previous experience as a former Deputy Attorney General for the State of New Jersey’s Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control is an invaluable asset to clients facing a Demand for Testimony, Notice of Charges, Municipal Hearing or looking to transfer of a liquor license. Call (732) 858-5857 today for your free consultation and learn what we can do for you and your liquor license.