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Strike & Techel Hires Daniel Kramer as Partner


Date: 01/03/13

The San Francisco law firm of Strike & Techel announced new additions to its alcoholic beverage licensing practice.

Daniel Kramer joins Strike & Techel as a partner. Mr. Kramer represents local and national hotel, restaurant and general retail companies in all aspects of alcoholic beverage licensing, including license acquisitions and transfers, entity structuring, and the preparation of concession agreements, interim management agreements, and restaurant purchase and sale agreements.

Linda Gago-Seco and Manny Diaz also joined the law firm. Strike & Techel specializes in alcoholic beverage law providing expert counsel to producers, importers, marketers, and retailers of distilled spirits, wine and beer. The firm advises clients on state and federal licensing, product approval and labeling, trademarks, shipping, promotions, advertising, social media, distribution, regulatory defense, business practices, and more.

To learn more about the firm, visit strikeandtechel.com or call (415) 226-1400.

Job Function: President/Owner/GM

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