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Oklahoma Liquor Licensing

Any business that serves alcohol needs adequate licensing. Oklahoma has recently drastically modified alcohol laws and Derryberry & Naifeh, LLP, has been there to help implement the changes for their clients. Failure to obtain a liquor license and losing a liquor license could be devastating to businesses that serve alcohol. If your business needs a license or is in danger of losing a license it should seek the help and counsel of an experienced team of attorneys.

For more than 30 years, Derryberry & Naifeh, LLP, has assisted local, national and international clients in confidently navigating all aspects of Oklahoma liquor licensing law. As former administrative agency counsels and governmental appointees, our attorneys understand the requirements, procedures and strategies that work.

Trustworthy, Efficient Representation

We represent clients in administrative hearings, before boards, agencies and tribunal administrative law judges. We help secure, maintain and defend liquor licenses for clients facing a broad range of circumstances, including:

  • New business entities. We can help you complete the work associated with the liquor license application process and related issues.
  • Temporary licenses. If you need a short-term liquor license for a special event, we can help you obtain that license. We can also advise you on your legal liabilities under dram shop laws if you are hosting an event that serves alcohol.
  • Violations defense. If you are an individual or company charged with violating state or local liquor laws, our lawyers can provide counsel and defense against charges such as failure to hold the proper licenses, serving alcohol to minors, serving after-hours and more. More answers can be found on our FAQ page.

We Have Demonstrated Expertise

Derryberry & Naifeh, LLP, is a member of the Alliance of Alcohol Industry Attorneys & Consultants, a select organization of alcoholic beverage licensing and compliance professionals. Its membership is limited to firms from across the nation that has demonstrated expertise with liquor licensing and compliance in their home state.

Call Today To Talk To An Experienced Attorney

If your business needs a liquor license, information about your potential liability or defense on charges of violating liquor laws, call Derryberry & Naifeh, LLP, at 405-708-6784 or email us for legal services delivered in a professional, diligent and cost-effective manner.