Category: Direct Shipping

07/03
2019

Weekly Digest | The Aftermath of the TN Wine Ruling, OR Grape Taxes, CT DTC Retailer Shipping, TTB Repeals Fill Standards

In this week’s digest, the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America President and CEO comments on the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Tennessee wine case. Irish Liquor Lawyer makes speculations on the future of beverage alcohol cases. Oregon wineries are insisting that out-of-state wineries pay the same taxes they pay on Oregon grapes and Connecticut […]

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06/27
2019

Weekly Digest | Supreme Court TN Wine Case Verdict, New COLAs Online Feature, Canada Bill Opens Province Borders

It’s been a remarkable week in beverage alcohol compliance news! In this week’s digest, we highlight several analyses of the Supreme Court ruling in the Tennessee Wine case. In other news, TTB is adding a new feature to their Online COLAs which will streamline the approval process, and Canada passed a bill that could free […]

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06/26
2019

Supreme Court Rules on Highly Anticipated Tennessee Wine Case

The wine industry has been sitting on pins and needles for the last month waiting for a Supreme Court decision that had the potential to change liquor laws nationwide. With a mounting backlog, the Court delayed the decision on Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association v. Thomas (previously Blair), then finally made their decision public […]

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06/13
2019

Compli Digest | Supreme Court Ruling DTC Repercussions, TTB Investigations, Distilled Spirits Standards, 3-Tier Wine Symposium

In this week’s digest, learn more about how an upcoming Supreme Court ruling could have far-reaching effects and the high-risk, high-reward consequences of that ruling. Rob Tobiassen comments on TTB investigations and TTB responds to petitions concerning standards of fill for distilled spirits. Lastly, we hear from an attendee at the inaugural 3-Tier Wine Symposium […]

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05/31
2019

Weekly Digest | MI Litigation vs Enforcement, John Manfreda, US Supreme Court Rulings, Alabama DTC, SVB Consumer Insights

In this week’s digest, we look at a debate over Michigan’s attempts to enforce laws that have been found unconstitutional and we mourn the loss of TTB’s John Manfreda. The US Supreme Court will soon decide on the Tennessee Wine case and Alabama puts direct-to-consumer wine shipping on hold. Lastly, stream a webcast reviewing SVB’s […]

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05/23
2019

Weekly Digest | Alcohol eCommerce by State, TTB Rewards, Commerce Clause, NJ Laws, IL Booze Tax

In this week’s digest, a new report shows interest in online alcohol shopping by state and Rob Tobiassen reviews the TTB internal rewards system. See what’s happened in the fourteen years since Granholm v Heald and a former New Jersey resident discusses the state’s archaic laws. Lastly, Illinois proposes a new plan that would increase already […]

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05/16
2019

Weekly Digest | New CA Sales Tax Laws, CBMTRA Gains Support, OK Distribution Changes, Loosening Interprovincial Restrictions, ADA Battle

In this week’s digest, California’s new sales tax law is going into effect soon and the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act gains majority support. Oklahoma Governor signs a bill that changes liquor distribution rules, and Canada loosens up interprovincial trade. Lastly, the Americans with Disability Act is posing a threat to beverage alcohol […]

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05/09
2019

Weekly Digest | CA Requires District Taxes, Congressional Wine Caucus, WalMart vs. TX, TTB Enforcements, USPS Alcohol Shipping

In this week’s digest, California adds new district tax collection requirements and we learn about the Congressional Wine Caucus. The Fifth Court hears an oral argument over discrimination between WalMart and Texas liquor laws and we hear an opinion on TTB inconsistencies with third-party promotions and enforcements. Lastly, litigation has been reintroduced that could open […]

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05/03
2019

Weekly Digest | TTB Enforcement & Permit Penalties, AL DTC, CBMA, CBD in Alcoholic Beverages

In this week’s digest, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) increases the volume on their rule enforcement and a former TTB Chief Counsel warns the industry of permit holder penalties for unreported changes. Two bills were introduced that could open up Alabama for direct-to-consumer winery shipping and there is high anticipation around […]

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04/24
2019

Colorado Simplifies Sales Tax Requirements in Advance of June 1 Start Date

Colorado’s new sales tax requirements were originally scheduled to take effect on December 1st, 2018. However, after receiving significant negative feedback about the new regulations in a rules hearing and public comment period, the Colorado Department of Revenue established a grace period through May 31st to allow businesses time to adapt their processes. During the […]

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