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  • Description

    There are laws governing almost every industry, even those we rarely view as being legally complicated. Wine, for example, its cultivation, production and even labeling is governed by strict rules that apply to the various countries wherein wine is produced. This CLE course will explain the purpose of these laws and how they are tied to consumer protection laws and a customer’s ability to ascertain the wine’s region of origin, grape varietals and quality. The course will explain the national requirements for the world’s leading wine producing countries and the French and US standards that most major countries adhere to.

  • Instructor Bio

    Bruce Ortwine

    Bruce Ortwine has more than 37 years of experience in banking and corporate law, both as an attorney in two major New York City law firms and as General Counsel, Americas for a major Japanese bank, where he also serves as Adviser, Global Legal and Compliance for its global operations. He has extensive experience in both sophisticated financial transactions and regulatory requirements concerning the banking business in the U.S. He has published numerous articles and spoken at numerous legal conferences in the U.S., U.K. and Japan. He is licensed in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.