Malkin Law PA

New York Law Firm

Malkin Law PA

Malkin Law serves the alcohol beverage industry and those doing business with beverage alcohol brands.  Malkin Law represents manufacturers, distributors and retailers.  Malkin Law also works with agencies, marketing, promotional and technology companies doing business with beverage alcohol brands. The alcohol industry has the most unique regulatory system of any commercial good.  State rules and regulations are difficult to navigate and understand.  To remain competitive, you need a well-versed attorney who knows and understands the alcohol beverage industry.

Practice Areas:
- Alcohol Industry

Principal Attorney:
Ryan Malkin

Malkin Law PA.
One Little West 12th Street
New York, NY 10014
Office: (212) 600-5828
Mobile: (646) 345-8639
Email: rmalkin@malkinlawfirm.com

http://www.malkinlawfirm.com/contact

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