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Jason R. Canvasser of Clark Hill. Jason R. Canvasser of Clark Hill.

The coronavirus, or as it’s commonly known now as COVID-19, continues to change the way Americans do business and live their daily lives. From forcing families to work and learn from home while they shelter in place, to business distributions, to the impact on the stock market, we are all facing new and unprecedented challenges. The liquor industry is no exception. Across America, restaurants and bars have been ordered to close, can offer carry-out service only, or have been forced to restrict the number of patrons allowed on their premises. Retailers, on the other hand, have seen their shelves stripped bare as customers fill their carts and stock up on everything from toilet paper and cleaning supplies to alcoholic beverages.    This month’s article will discuss many of the issues impacting the liquor industry in the wake of COVID-19.

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