Liquor licenses are essential if you plan on serving or selling alcoholic beverages in the state of Michigan. The selling and serving of liquor is controlled by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission, which manages enforcement and licensing throughout the state.
At White Law PLLC, we can assist clients with acquiring liquor licenses as well as defending against liquor license violations or criminal charges that result from these violations. We can guide you through each step of the process, including the paperwork and resolving disputes as they arise.
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Obtaining a Liquor License for Your Business
Whether you own a new or longstanding business, our skilled Okemos liquor license lawyers can help your organization obtain a liquor license to sell or serve alcohol on a temporary or permanent basis. We can also assist clients with liquor license renewals and transfers.
On-Premise Liquor Licenses
On-premise liquor licenses allow for the sales of liquor and consumption of alcohol while on the physical location of the business. Common on-premise licenses are:
- Class C Licenses
- Club Licenses
- Tavern Licenses: Beer and Wine Only
Off-Premise Liquor Licenses
Off-premise liquor licenses allow businesses to sell alcohol to patrons but do not allow alcohol consumption on the property. Common off-premise licenses are:
- Specially Designated Merchant Licenses
- Specially Designed Distributor Licenses
- Brewpub Licenses
- Microbrew Licenses
For a free legal consultation with a Personal Injury lawyer serving Okemos, call (517) 316-1195
Which Liquor License Is Right for My Organization?
There are a variety of Michigan liquor licenses, each with different provisions and allowances for the selling and consumption of alcohol. Our firm can work with you to assess the needs of your company and identify the appropriate liquor license.
White Law PLLC attorneys also assist Lansing & Ingham County businesses with other liquor licenses such as hotel, resort and redevelopment liquor licenses. In addition, our experienced attorneys have helped numerous non-profit organizations acquire liquor licenses for their events over the years.
Call White Law PLLC at (517) 316-1195 today for a free consultation and to learn how our attorneys can assist your business with a liquor license.