Liquor Licensing & Compliance Attorneys
Understanding the Nebraska Liquor License Process
A liquor license is one of the most valuable assets of Nebraska companies in the hospitality industry. Obtaining that license, however, can be a long, complicated and costly process. Factors such as the type of business, type of alcohol being sold, and special requirements for the premises will change the application process and requirements. This can cause delays in the issuance of the liquor license and potentially additional costs.
Skilled Legal Services for NE Liquor Licensing
Fraser Stryker Liquor License and Compliance lawyers Robert Futhey and Luke Klinker understand that delays in obtaining a liquor license in the state of Nebraska can be detrimental to business owners and operators. Our knowledgeable attorneys utilize proven methodologies and processes to simplify the liquor licensing process for our clients.
Our liquor license clients include both for-profit and non-profit Nebraska businesses, including bars, restaurants, pubs, breweries, wineries, liquor or convenience stores, and seasonal or special events. Since there are a variety of NE temporary and permanent liquor license types, we work closely with our clients to understand their specific liquor licensing needs. To learn more about the Nebraska Liquor License process, read our article: “A Quick Guide to Obtaining a Liquor License in Nebraska”.
Ongoing Licensing Guidance and Support
When a bar, restaurant or other hospitality business is facing pending licensing violations, it can be a stressful and difficult time. Our attorneys are equipped not only to help you obtain your Nebraska liquor license but also to help you keep it. Fraser Stryker’s lawyers provide ongoing guidance and support throughout all aspects of liquor license compliance, including:
- Advising clients on how developments with their business may affect the status of their liquor license;
- Developing training programs for clients to ensure compliance with the various state and local liquor licensing laws; and
- Appearing before the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission and various local authorities when adverse actions are taken against a client’s liquor license.
Fraser Stryker’s Experienced Liquor Licensing and Compliance Attorneys
Our Liquor License and Compliance lawyers work diligently for our clients to make the NE liquor license application & compliance process efficient and cost-effective. Contact us today at 402-341-6000 to discover how we can help your business.
Fraser Stryker PC LLO
409 S 17th St #500
Omaha, NE 68102