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dramshop

(ˈdræmˌʃɒp)
n
US a bar or tavern where alcohol is sold in small units

dram•shop

(ˈdræmˌʃɒp)

n.
bar; barroom; saloon.
[1715–25]
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Second, under Missouri's Dram Shop Law, attorneys demanded the commercial policy limit of Hub's Pub, the bar in Bonne Terre, Missouri, where Hansell drank to excess prior to the crash.
Effects of dram shop liability and enhanced overservice law enforcement initiatives on excessive alcohol consumption and related harms: two community guide systematic reviews.
Michele Stumpe is a seasoned litigator whose practice concentrates on premises liability, business litigation, hospitality and dram shop litigation, as well as alcohol licensing and consulting.
It's the sort of traditional city centre dram shop that's perfect for a spot of drinking and thinking: you can be pretty sure that your pint's not going to be disturbed by screaming brats in three-wheeled buggies or Lady Gaga records played at tinnitus-inducing volume.
So-called commercial host liability, or dram shop liability, could reduce the more than 79,000 deaths that are linked to excessive drinking each year, the task force found in a systematic review of studies on the issue.
We have a statute in New Jersey that governs dram shop cases.
Liquor liability insurance--called dram shop insurance--covers a restaurant, tavern or other seller from liability if a customer has too much to drink on premises and has an injury-causing or fatal accident, or causes injury or property damage as a direct result of being overserved.
ASM argued that it was an agent of HMS, and therefore any analysis of its alleged negligence should be governed by and limited to New Jersey's dram shop statute.
The regulatory laws for beer include the blood alcohol concentration considered illegal per se and the presence of an open container, anticonsumption, and/or dram shop law (by statute or case law).
For a while, a suburban police department served as designated driver for Pat Fischer, who sometimes was overserved at a dram shop in his neighborhood.
Such factors include, among others, the following: growth strategy; dependence on executive officers; geographic concentration; increasing susceptibility to adverse conditions in the region; changes in consumer tastes and eating habits; national, regional or local economic and real estate conditions; demographic trends; inclement weather; traffic patterns; the type, number and location of competing restaurants; inflation; increased food, labor and benefit costs; the availability of experienced management and hourly employees; seasonality and the timing of new restaurant openings; changes in governmental regulations; dram shop exposure; the potential consequences of delisting and deregistering the Company's stock; and other factors not yet experienced by the Company.
Updated Dram Shop laws would affect more than just bar and restaurant owners.