Category: Illinois

12/05
2018

Weekly Digest | New Wholesale Portal, TTB Label Rulemaking, Impactful Retailer Shipping Decision, Napa Compliance Policy Changes

In this week’s digest, we examine the all-new Wholesale Laws for Wineries portal, a new rulemaking document from TTB, a momentous court ruling in Illinois, and Napa County presents a new resolution for compliance policy. Announcing the All New Wholesale Laws for Wineries Site We are proud to announce that through collaboration with the Wine […]

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11/15
2018

Weekly Digest | Final Compliance Workshop, Crowd-Funded Briefs, New IL and MI Regulations, ADA Compliance

In this week’s digest, we take a look at the upcoming 2018 Compliance Workshop in Monterey, a crowd-funded amicus brief for the Byrd vs. Tennessee Supreme Court case, the Illinois “of value” regulations, the state of Missouri’s appeal for the tied house law and advertising regulations, and how winery websites can become compliant with the […]

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01/31
2018

eCompli Product Updates for 1/31/2018

We deployed a new version of the eCompli Portal tonight. Included in the most recent update are enhancements to Licenses, Product Registrations, Projects and Reports. Licenses Connecticut Direct Ship Surety Tax Bond – Updated Bond Amount depends on Annual Production Products Product Registration Screen (Client & Admin) Enhance license status message on Reg screen if […]

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11/21
2017

eCompli Product Updates for 11/20/2017

We deployed a new version of the eCompli Portal last night. Included in the most recent update are enhancements to Licenses, Product Registrations, and Reports. Licenses: Illinois Power of Attorney – Form Update 7/2017 and change Period to “All” instead of “Perpetual” Louisiana Direct Ship Other License Renewal (for Direct Wine Shipper Manufacturer Permit) – Add form and Cover […]

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03/27
2017

Illinois Changes Penalties for Importation of Liquor

To ALL licensees under the Liquor Control Act, Effective with the implementation of PA 99-904, changes have been made regarding criminal charges, based on the amount of liquor, for any persons who transport and distribute liquor into Illinois without first obtaining the required licenses from the Illinois liquor Control Commission (ILCC). 235 ILCS 5/10-1, et seq. […]

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