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Corruption Case Makes Clear: Prince George’s County Must Do Away With Competitive Liquor Licensing Process

I just finished reading the plea agreement regarding a liquor licensing attorney in Prince George’s County who pleaded guilty to bribery on Friday. The underlying facts were that this attorney made payments to a public official to secure his assistance in influencing liquor licensing decisions. The statement of facts contains verbatim quotes, demonstrating that either […]

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Prince George’s County Liquor Board Seeks 5 New Members, Cancels Upcoming Hearings

The Prince George’s County Liquor Board, which is already down to three members due to the resignation of its chairman (following a guilty plea in a DUI matter) and another member (following a bribery arrest) will get an entire new membership later this year.  Pursuant to legislation passed in the recent 2017 Maryland General Assembly, […]

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Tough Market Makes a Good Restaurant Lease More Important than Ever

2017 has not been the easiest year for restaurants, particularly for sit down casual dining restaurants. Reports of store closures, missed earnings, and abandoned concepts have been a common occurrence this spring, as restaurants have tried to recover from its worst year since the recession. Even fast casual chains, which had been thought to be insulated […]

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