For the 5th year in a row, the Craft Beer Attorney, now part of the Dinsmore & Shohl LLP’s beer, wine and spirits practice, and will be offering brewery owners and managers a broad variety of learning opportunities in 2019 in a Webinar Series. The slated lineup, released last week, includes employment, financial and safety topics specific to the industry.
January 24 – How to Reduce Your Tax Liabilities in 2019 for Craft Breweries
Join Troy Faris of Considine and Considine to learn how to effectively reduce your tax brewery liabilities in 2019, including proactive tax planning, maximizing your tax deductions and tax code changes that could impact your business.
March 21 – Brewery Safety Practices You Might Have Wrong
The biggest risk in safety is not being up to date on the best practices in personal equipment, CO2 practices and your brewery’s emergency safety. Join Dan Drown of Drown Consulting, LLC to make certain that you are able to recognize all safety concerns in your company.
May 23 – Best Practices for Volunteers, Interns and Festivals
Join Dinsmore’s Beer, Wine & Spirits team members Heather Stone and Diane Medina as they delve into the best practices of festival, block parties and other summertime event preparation, as well as help you avoid legal pitfalls in staffing your events.
July 25 – Employee Terminations – Avoiding Pitfalls
Join Heather Stone of Dinsmore’s Beer, Wine & Spirits team to learn the best practices to legally handle employee terminations at your craft brewery. This webinar is open to all, but focuses on common issues specific to California.
September 26 – Sweat Equity as Contribution for Ownership in a Brewery
Featuring Dinsmore’s Beer, Wine & Spirits team members Brigette Koreny, Marisa Fenn and Heather Stone.
November 21–California Legal Update for Craft Breweries
Featuring Dinsmore attorney Candace Moon.