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News: Tanner Strickland Lenart Featured in Utah Business Article Regarding "Sweeping Changes" in Utah Liquor Law
C&J restaurant/hospitality and alcohol beverage licensing & compliance attorney Tanner Strickland Lenart was recently featured in a Utah Business article regarding the numerous changes to Utah's liquor laws that have come out of this year's legislative session.  Tanner's article, "Sweeping changes for Utah's liquor laws," provides an overview of the coming changes to liquor laws in Utah, including modifications to the "Zion Curtain" law and other changes impacting when and how alcohol may be served.  To read more about Tanner's article, visit here.
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