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As a practicing member of Stoel Rives’ Environment, Land Use and Natural Resources group, Elaine Albrich assists clients with their concerns regarding land use, natural resources, permitting, and development. Ms. Albrich provides legal support to a variety of clients, including small businesses, developers, and individuals in their quest to obtain permits for urban and rural development. Elaine has been involved in the permitting of energy facilities through local or state siting processes, and advised on site design reviews, greenway and environmental reviews, and comprehensive plan map and zoning map amendments. Ms. Albrich also helps clients with state and federal liquor license approvals, which is one of the reasons she contributes to the firm’s blog, Alcoholic Beverages Law Blog, where she discusses issues with licensing and advertising.
There is a proposed bill pending before the New York Senate, S2473-2011 that would require, under certain circumstances, out-of-state shipments of alcohol into New York to be stored in-state for at least 48 hours at a licensed New York storage facility before being distributed to New York...
On February 16th, Stoel Rives LLP held its 5th Annual Law of Wine Seminar at The Allison in Newberg. The seminar focused on the trends and developments in the wine industry as well as touched on issues facing the distilled spirits and brewery industries. After presenting at the seminar, three Stoel...
Oregon House Bill (“HB”) 4121 expands the basis for allowing wineries to be sited on land zoned Exclusive Farm Use (“EFU”). The bill, in addition to vineyards, would allow wineries to qualify as permitted uses under ORS 215.452 if 15 or 40 acres of land was used to cultivate...
Please join us for our 5th Annual Oregon Wine Law Seminar at the Allison Inn and Spa in Newberg, Oregon on Thursday, February 16. Topics and panels include start-ups, trademark registration, employment, privatization of OLCC liquor sales, land use and a panel discussion on alternating premises...
An update from our colleagues Allison Blackman and Nicole Hancock: The State of Idaho is most infamously know for the potato but the recently reenergized Idaho Wine Commission, vintners, and wineries across the state hope to soon add Idaho Wines to the Gem State's reputation. Idaho wines...