Matthew B. Andersen, an Associate of Norris McLaughlin, P.A., was quoted in The Morning Call article, “Personal care home gets OK for restaurant liquor license.”
The article refers to our client, Parkland Manor, a personal care and independent living facility, obtaining a liquor license for their on-site restaurant. The restaurant will be open to the public but is specifically intended for the residents. Matt, as the attorney on the matter, explains in the article that the license was transferred from a bowling alley that has been closed down.
For information regarding national and state liquor law matters or general manufacturing and distribution advice, please contact our Liquor Law, Licensing, Manufacturing, and Distribution Practice Group: Liquor Law Department Chair Theodore J. Zeller III, Esquire (firstname.lastname@example.org); Matthew B. Andersen, Esquire (email@example.com) for federal and Pennsylvania manufacturing and retail licensing; David C. Berger, Esquire (firstname.lastname@example.org) for Pennsylvania retail licensing; and Andrew D. Linden, Esquire (email@example.com) for federal or New Jersey manufacturing and retail licensing; or contact our offices at 610-391-1800.