26
FEB
2014

Contract Brewing Arrangements in Ontario – Selected Legal Issues

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Today we include in the Publications section of this website an article Gary authored called Contract Brewing – Selected Legal Considerations.  The article canvasses numerous legal considerations of importance to anyone who has concluded, or is thinking of concluding, an agreement whereby an operating brewery brews beer to be marketed by a non-brewing party (generally an entrepreneur) who has developed a specific brand name and marketing approach.   The article reflects the expertise of Gillman Professional Corporation in the field of beverage alcohol regulatory law.

About the Author
Gary Gillman holds undergraduate law degrees in Civil Law and Common Law from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. He is a member of the Quebec Bar and has been a member of the Ontario Bar since 1983. He was trained and practiced for many years in nationally-known law firms in Montreal and Toronto, principally in numerous areas of corporate and commercial law. In 1995, he obtained a Master’s Degree (LL.M) with Distinction in European Management and Employment law from the University of Leicester in England. His training in the law of European economic and political integration allows him to help clients understand international business and legal trends, the North American Free Trade Agreement and economic globality. Gary regularly attends and speaks at professional conferences and keeps current on all the legal areas he covers. Gary has authored during his career numerous legal articles and papers for professional or trade journals. Gary co-authors the quarterly Gillman Financial Regulatory Report, a business law and financial law newsletter of our firm.