Fifth Annual Beer and Wine Law Update (1.5 General Participatory Credits)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


Handouts for this program can be downloaded by clicking on the "Other Resources" tab in the video player.

Come join us for our annual update on craft beer and wine laws. Through the perspectives of four leaders in the industry, attendees will benefit from the insights of legal experts who will provide updates concerning local and federal regulations, industry trends and common pitfalls.

Matthew Botting, Esq.
General Counsel - California Alcoholic Beverage Control
Matthew Botting was appointed to the position of ABC General Counsel in August, 2008. Botting has over 16 years of state government legal experience. He was ABC’s Chief Legal Counsel from 2000-2004 before he left for a short time to work in private...More
Carolyn Harris, Esq.
General Counsel - Ramona Valley Winery Association
General Counsel for the Ramona Valley Winery Association, and Owner of Chuparosa Vineyards. Carolyn has extensive experience with federal, state, and local wine regulation and compliance, and led the efforts that resulted in the AVA designation for...More
Candace Moon, Esq.
Partner - Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Candace Moon has experience in the craft beer industry, which began while bartending at Hamilton’s Tavern, one of San Diego’s premier craft beer bars. She worked at Hamilton’s during law school, and the tavern is where she learned how craft brewers...More
Albert Ubieta, Esq.
Vice President, Associate General Counsel - Constellation Brands Craft & Specialty
Albert Ubieta is an accomplished intellectual property attorney with experience in patent, trademark, unfair competition and IP-related counseling. Mr. Ubieta’s experience includes approximately five years working in-house as a senior patent attorney...More

Originally Published

July 20, 2017

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Fifth Annual Beer and Wine Law Update - Video
  • Fifth Annual Beer and Wine Law Update - Paper

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