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News: Tanner Strickland Lenart Obtains Licensing Victory for Tobacco/Alcohol Shop Client
C&J liquor law compliance attorney Tanner Strickland Lenart recently obtained a significant victory for her tobacco/alcohol shop client.  Tanner’s client, who had been charged with five inadvertent violations of their tobacco and liquor licenses in the past three years, was facing the potential of having its business license revoked.  Through Tanner’s determined negotiations, Tanner was able to successfully persuade Salt Lake County to allow just a suspension of her client’s business license as opposed to the closure of the entire business.  Congratulations Tanner on this impressive result for your client.
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