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Q: “What are dram shop laws?”
Dram Shop laws apply to businesses that serve or sell alcohol. Under these state laws, a business can be held liable if it serves a minor or visibly intoxicated person who later injures or kills another person. In California, this law is limited but there can still be a liability. Connect with our Beverage and Hospitality attorneys to understand how California imposes Dram Shop laws.