Worcester Telegram Interviews Bob Young in “The Next Draft: Bowditch & Dewey law firm launches group catering to state’s craft beer industry”

Bob Young discusses his work with Bowditch & Dewey’s Craft Brewers industry group, as well his own love of beer, in a recent Worcester Telegram article that coincided with Mass Beer Week 2019, held March 2-9.

The article describes Bob this way:

If he ever wanted to open a brewery, Robert Young would rather complete the mound of paperwork required than brew the beer.

Young, who enjoys barrel-aged stouts and double dry-hopped IPAs, knows the intricacies of the state’s tangled liquor license laws. He can defend himself from intellectual property theft and negotiate the terms of a lease. Should he ever have to deal with a distributor to get his beers into the market, he’d have an edge there, too.

But Young is not one of the many homebrewers harboring dreams of owning their own brewery: He’s a lawyer ready to guide them.

Continue reading “The Next Draft: Bowditch & Dewey law firm launches group catering to state’s craft beer industry” on the Worcester Telegram website.

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Bob Young is an experienced advisor and trial lawyer, helping clients navigate complex labor and employment issues and defending employers facing claims in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts and before administrative agencies. Bob regularly represents businesses, municipalities, educational institutions and non-profit organizations of all sizes, as well as high-level executives, in high-exposure claims and disputes involving discrimination and retaliation, non-competition, trade secrets, wage-and-hour and other complex, constantly evolving employment-related issues.

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