New York and Massachusetts Liquor Licensing Law Firm

For more than 40 years, our firm has helped clients in liquor and alcohol license matters.  We assist businesses of all sizes, from national chains to small local business owners, in obtaining liquor licenses in New York and Massachusetts.  Our clients span the entire spectrum of the alcoholic beverage industry, from wineries, brewers and distillers, to wholesalers, manufacturers, importers and distributors, from restaurants, taverns, grocery and liquor stores, to hotels, arenas, clubs, and theaters.

In addition to helping clients secure liquor licenses, we also assist our clients in defending actions brought by governmental or regulatory agencies, such as disciplinary hearings. Our firm has been instrumental in defending licensees against allegations of misconduct in administrative, trial, and appellate courts.

We also provide training seminars and written guides to help our clients ensure compliance with the rules and regulations governing the responsible sale and service of alcohol.

Representative Matters

Obtained thousands of liquor licenses for clients in New York and Massachusetts

Successfully represent licensees state liquor authority disciplinary hearings, primarily in New York.

How May We Help You With Your Matter?

We would like to learn about your matter and you can learn about our services.  We invite you to call our New York or Boston office, or you may complete the contact form below.

Representative Liquor Licensing Clients


Client Review

“We hire attorney Fogelman to represent in complex liquor license transfer application. He worked with us for almost 9 months for liquor transfer process and was helpful and professional throughout chaotic meetings with board of selectmen.
I recommend him to my family members and friends in future if they need any legal help for liquor license.”

Google Review 5 Stars – K.P.

Can We Help You?

Call 617.559.1530 or complete the form below.

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