Alcohol & Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau – Regulatory Update
Business/Operations Breakout Session

Senior TTB staff will review and discuss the bureau’s current regulatory enforcement and policy agenda, and the kinds of relief available to industry operators affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and wildfires.

This session will also provide insight and information on TTB’s ruling on nutritional labeling and advertising, and implementation of the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act.

*Applied For 1.5 Professional Development CCA CE Units

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John Trinidad
Dickenson Peatman & Fogarty, California

John Trinidad is a partner at Dickenson Peatman & Fogarty, and is part of the firm’s Wine Law, Business, Alcohol Beverage, and Geographical Indications practice groups. John advises wine and alcohol beverage industry clients on a broad range of legal issues, including licensing, business contracts, and the purchase and sale of winery brands and assets. John also advises clients on federal and state alcohol beverage regulations such as franchise laws, tied-house laws, labeling requirements, and the protection and promotion of American Viticultural Areas.

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Elisabeth Kann
Alcohol & Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, Washington D.C.

Elisabeth Kann is the Assistant Administrator External Affairs/Chief of Staff of TTB. In these roles, she oversees the strategic management of the Bureau through strategic planning and performance management and also ensures proactive coordination of Bureau-wide priorities, policies, and internal and external communications.

Additionally, Ms. Kann is responsible for managing the Offices of Communications, Industry and State Outreach, Congressional and Public Affairs, Strategic Planning and Program Evaluation, and Analytics.

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