The internet used to be simple – every web address seemed to end in .com, .edu, .org, or maybe .net. These abbreviated terms are known as “top-level domains” (TLDs). While we may have only used a handful of different TLDs in years past, the list is growing rapidly. You may see a TLD assigned to

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On November 27, 2013, Governor Corbett signed Act 90 of 2013 (“Act”) into law, which permits certain liquor licensees to obtain a Tavern Gaming License (“Gaming License”).  The Gaming License allows the licensee to conduct limited small games of chance on its premises.  While this creates an opportunity to increase revenue and provide additional entertainment

What’s Really in your Beer Name: Trademark Protection for Craft Brewers and Their Beers Besides the unique taste of your beer, what more than anything else helps your consumers remember the source of that fantastic beer? Obviously, your company name and probably also the name of your beer. With hundreds of craft breweries developing across the country, craft breweries

Does the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Consider You to be a Person of Ill Repute? What Pennsylvania Liquor Licensees Need to Know About the PLCB’s Nuisance Bar Program * August 31, 2011 Shumaker Williams, P.C. Litigation and Hospitality Law Evan C. Pappas, Keith A. Clark As part of the biennial liquor license renewal process, the