Court of Appeals Opinion Supports Out-of-State Retail Shipping

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued its opinion in Lebamoff v. Rauner, involving a challenge to Illinois prohibitions of direct-to-consumer wine shipments by out-of-state retailers, finding that such prohibitions are discriminatory. Like another case in Michigan (see October update), this case will ultimately hinge on the outcome of the Tennessee retailer residency requirement case (see October update) now pending before the Supreme Court.

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