Massachusetts Liquor Licensing
Helping businesses throughout Boston’s North Shore with issuance and compliance
Restaurants, clubs, caterers and vendors rely upon their liquor license to be successful. You need a knowledgeable, determined attorney to handle this crucial aspect of your business. The attorneys at Serafini, Darling & Correnti have decades of experience helping clients:
- Obtain the appropriate liquor license for your business
- Obtain special events permits for your event
- Remain in compliance with licensing laws
- Defend businesses charged with licensing violations
- Represent clients at disciplinary and compliance hearings
Supporting the food and beverage industry
A valid liquor license or permit is required for the lawful service, consumption, distribution or sale of alcohol, even if liquor, beer or wine is not your business’ sole or primary product. Serafini, Darling & Correnti regularly works with all sectors of the food and beverage industry, including:
- Private clubs
- Wine distributors
- Grocery stores
- Manufacturers or wholesalers
- Special events venues
- Nonprofit and charitable organizations
Issuance of license
Your business must meet specific requirements to be issued a liquor license. Serafini, Darling & Correnti meticulously prepares your application and closely monitors the process until you have received the necessary licenses and permits. We foresee potential issues and help rectify problems to prevent delays or denials.
You must comply with the strict laws governing the liquor license. Failure to adhere to legal regulations can result in serious penalties, including steep fines; revocation of your authorization to sell, serve or distribute alcohol; and even your business being closed. Serafini, Darling & Correnti assists you in understanding your obligations and defends your business from allegations of noncompliance.
Contact a knowledgeable liquor license lawyer to assist your business
Serafini, Darling & Correnti is located in Salem, Massachusetts and represents clients throughout Boston’s North Shore.
Call Serafini, Darling & Correnti at 978-744-0212 or contact the firm online to schedule your free consultation.