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Approved for 1.5 CLE hours in Kansas and Missouri

 Export to Your Calendar 10/14/2016
When: Friday, October 14, 2016
Check-in begins 2:30 PM. Program begins 3:00 PM.
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Kansas Bar Association
1200 SW Harrison Street
Topeka, Kansas  66612
United States
Contact: Leslie Daugharthy
785-861-8837


Online registration is available until: 10/13/2016
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Starting Your Own Wine, Beer or Spirits Business in Kansas:
A Primer on Winery, Microbrewery & Microdistillery Law

Approved for 1.5 CLE Hours in Kansas and Missouri

Agenda:

2:30 PM    Registration

3:00 PM    Starting Your Own Wine, Beer or Spirits Business in Kansas: A Primer on Winery, Microbrewery & Microdistillery Law
R.E. “Tuck” Duncan, Duncan Law Office, Topeka
This program will include a brief history of Kansas's liquor laws to set the context for the role of the producer in Kansas' beverage alcohol system.  Mr. Duncan will discuss the Kansas Liquor Control Act, the Drinking Establishment Act and their interrelationship with each other and the various other acts governing Kansas' liquor laws.  Mr. Duncan will discuss the state and federal licensing requirements for Kansas based microbreweries, wineries and microdistilleries, as well as the special federal (Trade and Tax Bureau, TTB) labeling and formula requirements.  He will describe the privileges of each license and how the Kansas producer functions within the three tier system of distribution.  The seminar will also describe Kansas' wine shipping laws as they effect wineries and consumers.  

4:15 PM   Program Adjourns

4:20 PM   Kansas Wine and Cheese Tasting 


Presenter:

R.E. “Tuck” Duncan, born October 4, 1951, Washington, D.C., Attorney at Law,   University of Kansas, B.S .Journalism '73; Washburn University J.D. '76. ,    Secretary and Chief Counsel Kansas Board of Tax Appeals '76-'78,    Assistant Attorney General, Kansas Alcoholic Beverage  Control '79-'81,  '79-'81; Assistant City Attorney, City of Topeka, KS, '81-'83,  Private practice 1983 to present. Admitted to practice in  Kansas, federal district court, circuit courts of appeal, and the  United States Supreme Court,  Member, Topeka and Kansas Bar Associations,  Life Member Washburn Law School Association,  Life Member, University of Kansas Alumni Association,  past President Shawnee County Kansas Historical Society,  Chairman, Topeka Housing Authority 1999-2004, Former Chair of the Kansas Expocentre Management Board, Former President, Topeka, Friends of the Zoo,  Former member of the Topeka Unified Schools Board of Education.

 Currently General Counsel, Kansas Wine & Spirits Wholesalers Association.  Mr. Duncan is the principal in R.E. “Tuck” Duncan, Attorney at Law LLC.   Mr. Duncan is also a principal in the government affairs company Capitol Connection Kansas LLC.  Mr. Duncan has made numerous presentations regarding beverage alcohol laws at the National Conference of State Liquor Administrators and the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association and other associations, including the National Conference of State Legislatures.  He writes a monthly column on liquor issues for the Kansas Beverage News.   Mr. Duncan has spoken at various continuing legal education seminars, including his ethics presentation on “View from the Pro Tem Bench.” Married 42 years to Kathleen Allen Duncan, father and proud grandfather.  www.tuckduncanlaw.com

 

Registration:

KBA Member: $80
Non-Member: $90
Paralegal: $45
Non-attorney: $3
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Printed Paper Materials (optional): $10



 


 

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