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How to be Legal on Social Media | A Discussion with Alcohol Beverage Attorney Brian Simas

February 08, 2021 Heather Daenitz | Brian Simas Episode 8
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How to be Legal on Social Media | A Discussion with Alcohol Beverage Attorney Brian Simas
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How to be Legal on Social Media | A Discussion with Alcohol Beverage Attorney Brian Simas
Feb 08, 2021 Episode 8
Heather Daenitz | Brian Simas

In today’s episode, we are talking with Brian Simas, an Alcohol Beverage Attorney based in Los Alamos, California. Brian provides experienced counsel to alcohol beverage and agribusiness industry stakeholders, with emphasis on industry commercial and real estate transactions, mergers & acquisitions, and alcohol beverage licensing / trade compliance.

In addition to his practice, Brian is a Professor in the Wine and Viticulture Department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where he teaches an upper-division course in wine law and compliance. Brian previously taught wine law and compliance as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Pepperdine University School of Law and regularly speaks at symposiums, universities, and continuing education seminars on alcohol beverage law. 

In this episode, Brian and I talk about how wine brands can stay legal while marketing their wine on social media, and give practical tips on some social media best practices.
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References in this Episode to look up:

Connect with Brian:
[email protected]
https://www.simaslawfirm.com/

Other Useful Resources:
STAYING LEGAL WITH SOCIAL MEDIA by Tracy Genesen, Vice President and General Counsel, Wine Institute | Direct to Consumer Wine Symposium 2019 | January 24, 2019

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Disclaimer:  The information contained on this podcast and the resources available for download through the accompanying website are for educational and informational purposes only. ​ The information contained on this podcast and the resources available for download th

Disclaimer: The information contained on this podcast and the resources available for download through the accompanying website are for educational and informational purposes only. ​ The information contained on this podcast and the resources available for download through the accompanying website is not intended as, and shall not be understood or construed as legal, financial, tax, medical, health, or any other professional advice.

Show Notes

In today’s episode, we are talking with Brian Simas, an Alcohol Beverage Attorney based in Los Alamos, California. Brian provides experienced counsel to alcohol beverage and agribusiness industry stakeholders, with emphasis on industry commercial and real estate transactions, mergers & acquisitions, and alcohol beverage licensing / trade compliance.

In addition to his practice, Brian is a Professor in the Wine and Viticulture Department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo where he teaches an upper-division course in wine law and compliance. Brian previously taught wine law and compliance as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Pepperdine University School of Law and regularly speaks at symposiums, universities, and continuing education seminars on alcohol beverage law. 

In this episode, Brian and I talk about how wine brands can stay legal while marketing their wine on social media, and give practical tips on some social media best practices.
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References in this Episode to look up:

Connect with Brian:
[email protected]
https://www.simaslawfirm.com/

Other Useful Resources:
STAYING LEGAL WITH SOCIAL MEDIA by Tracy Genesen, Vice President and General Counsel, Wine Institute | Direct to Consumer Wine Symposium 2019 | January 24, 2019

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Disclaimer:  The information contained on this podcast and the resources available for download through the accompanying website are for educational and informational purposes only. ​ The information contained on this podcast and the resources available for download th

Disclaimer: The information contained on this podcast and the resources available for download through the accompanying website are for educational and informational purposes only. ​ The information contained on this podcast and the resources available for download through the accompanying website is not intended as, and shall not be understood or construed as legal, financial, tax, medical, health, or any other professional advice.