Worcester Telegram Interviews Bob Young in “The Next Draft: Bowditch & Dewey law firm launches group catering to state’s craft beer industry”
Bob Young discusses his work with Bowditch & Dewey’s Craft Brewers industry group, as well his own love of beer, in a recent Worcester Telegram article that coincided with Mass Beer Week 2019, held March 2-9.
The article describes Bob this way:
If he ever wanted to open a brewery, Robert Young would rather complete the mound of paperwork required than brew the beer.
Young, who enjoys barrel-aged stouts and double dry-hopped IPAs, knows the intricacies of the state’s tangled liquor license laws. He can defend himself from intellectual property theft and negotiate the terms of a lease. Should he ever have to deal with a distributor to get his beers into the market, he’d have an edge there, too.
But Young is not one of the many homebrewers harboring dreams of owning their own brewery: He’s a lawyer ready to guide them.
Continue reading “The Next Draft: Bowditch & Dewey law firm launches group catering to state’s craft beer industry” on the Worcester Telegram website.
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