What If Your Liquor License Application is Protested?

When you apply for your California Liquor License, part of the approval process is the notification of the community around your proposed location.  At times, concerned citizens, organizations, or public officials could protest your application.

If this happens, having an experienced advocate on your side to guide you through the process is invaluable.

The links below will provide you with details.

The Protest Process

The Impact of a Protest on Your Liquor License Application

Types of Protests

How are Protests Resolved?

 

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