Alissa M. Yohey is a Principal in the Albany, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Her practice focuses on hospitality law, corporate law, transactional law, and lobby law compliance.
Ms. Yohey’s hospitality practice encompasses advising clients on alcohol beverage laws, state and local permits required for the operation of hospitality businesses, and violations matters.
On behalf of alcohol beverage industry clients, including restaurants, bars, hotels, caterers, cruise lines, airlines, liquor stores, wholesalers, manufacturers and other businesses, Ms. Yohey assists clients in efficiently navigating the complex state and federal alcohol beverage laws and licensing processes. Her experience in this area encompasses a broad array of issues, including, but not limited to, new retail and wholesale liquor licenses, renewals, corporate changes, approvals for establishment alterations, 500-foot hearings, community board meetings, permits for offsite special events, warehouse permits, declaratory rulings, disciplinary matters, brand label approval, post-licensing regulatory compliance, alcohol beverage marketing promotions, state and federal label and packaging compliance, and distribution issues.
Ms. Yohey assists clients in obtaining the necessary licenses and permits required to operate a hospitality business, including Sales and Use Tax certificates, health permits, sign permits, cabaret licenses, and outdoor dining permits. She also represents clients before various state and local tribunals with respect to violations matters, including New York City Health Department, Building Department and FDNY violations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Alissa M. Yohey