If your alcohol license represents your livelihood, actions by the TABC can be costly or even devastating. Even bar and restaurant owners who have every good intention can find themselves being cited.
With years of experience in the practice of Texas liquor law, the attorneys of Monshaugen & Van Huff, P.C. are well prepared to represent you regarding alleged TABC violations, including:
- Bars, stores or other locations required to have a TABC license that
- sell alcohol to minors or people who are already intoxicated
- sell alcohol outside legal hours for the sale of alcohol
- allow illegal gambling, prostitution, illegal drug use or any other illegal activity to go on or be run out of the facility
- Ownership of the TABC licensed facility is by someone other than the person named on the permit
- Private clubs serving alcohol to persons who are not club members
- Giving or selling minors alcohol
- The sale of alcohol without a TABC permit
- All other illegal activity involving alcohol.