The Future of Food and Beverage Operators in California During and Post Shelter-in-Place
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Please join Holland & Knight for a town hall discussion titled "The Future of Food and Beverage Operators in California During and Post Shelter-in-Place." The discussion is intended to bring together a panel of local and state government regulators and private operators in the food and beverage industry to discuss how California's shelter-in-place orders have impacted and affected traditional business operations.
The panelists will explore the post shelter-in-place world, where restaurants and bars will face heavier reliance on takeout, fractional occupancies and expanded requirements to reduce virus spread. The panel will also highlight current regulatory and government relief programs in response to COVID-19, as well as address other relief that restaurants and suppliers see as necessary in a post shelter-in-place California.
- Manny Espinoza
Executive Director, Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of California
- Stan Savage
Chief Operating Officer, A.F. Gilmore
- Jacob Appelsmith
Director, California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
- Eric Hirata
Chief Deputy Director, California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
- Matthew Botting
General Counsel, California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
- Nick Maricich
Director of Planning Policy and Development, Office of the Los Angeles Mayor
Chef/Owner, Pez Cantina
- Michael B. Newman | Partner, San Francisco
- Andrew J. Starrels | Partner, Los Angeles
- Paloma Perez-McEvoy | Associate, Los Angeles
DISCLAIMER: Please note that the situation surrounding COVID-19 is evolving and that the subject matter discussed may change on a daily basis. Please contact your responsible Holland & Knight lawyer for timely advice.