The law firm of Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is pleased to announce that David C. Berger obtained a favorable resolution for Kinjal Enterprise Inc., owner of the Country Farm Convenience store. The decision by Falls Township supervisors would permit a liquor license transfer from Middletown Township to Kinjal Enterprise.
The decision was reported in the Bucks County Courier Times article “Falls convenience store one step closer to adding beer sales.”
When discussing the boom of convenience stories adding liquor licenses David was quoted in the article noting, “It’s just how the nature of the market has gone in the last 10 years since I’ve been doing this type of work. It’s kind of a survival type thing to bring [alcohol sales] over.”
About the Norris McLaughlin Liquor Law Practice Group
The attorneys of Norris McLaughlin play an active role in assisting existing and potential liquor licensees with the regulatory process as well as in setting guidelines for compliance issues with liquor authorities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of New Jersey. Our lawyers helped re-write the Pennsylvania Liquor Code and Regulations to facilitate the growth of the craft beer industry in the Commonwealth. Our clients range from family-owned companies to multinational, established brands. Start-up craft breweries and liquor manufacturers, such as limited wineries and limited distilleries, seek our counsel on compliance issues and assistance securing the appropriate permits.
About David Berger
David Berger concentrates his practice on real estate, liquor law, and business matters. In his liquor law practice, David assists clients in the application, purchase, and sale of liquor licenses throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of New Jersey.