- Written by Mark Hicken Mark Hicken
- Category: Latest News Latest News
- Published: 03 January 2017 03 January 2017
Details of the 2017 BC Wine & Liquor Law Conference are now available from the organizer's web site: Law Seminars Wine Law Conference. The agenda should be fascinating with sessions on BC's brand new Liquor Control & Licensing Act (taking effect later this month), as well as a review of the new legislation's effect on industry and local government, discussion of wine labeling requirements, an update on interprovincial shipping and the effects of national trends in liquor law reform.
There is a discounted registration fee for those who work in the BC wine or liquor industry. This reduced $300 USD rate is now available by going to the conference registration page, selecting the "Rate" drop down box and changing it from "Regular" to "Wine Industry Member". The registration fee will then change to $300.