The Atlanta Lawyer May 2018 - Page 33

GATHERINGS 7 8 7 Members of the 2017-18 Atlanta Bar Association Board of Directors visited the state capital for a photo with Governor Nathan Deal. L-R: Christopher P. Lightner (Alston & Bird LLP), Stephen T. LaBriola (Fellows LaBriola), Lisa K. Liang (Hon. Judge Susan E. Edlein, State Court of Fulton County), Atlanta Bar President Margaret H. Vath (Georgia State University College of Law), Governor Nathan Deal, Atlanta Bar Vice President Nicole G. Iannarone (Georgia State University College of Law), C. Joseph Hoffman (Kitch- ens Kelley Gaynes, P.C.), Shawn Shepard (Smith & Carson, Inc.), and Melissa Redmon (Fulton County District Attorney's Office). 8 On May 16, the Corporate Counsel Section host- ed a Spring CLE and Social at Gate City Brewing in Roswell, Georgia. L-R: Vice Chair/Chair Elect Norah Robb (Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, P.C.), Speaker Taylor Harper (Taylor, Feil, Harper, Lumsden & Hess, P.C.), Treasurer Ab- bey Morrow (Counsel on Call), and Patrick Smith (Focus Brands). The topic was "Beer Law 101." Taylor Harper spoke about the three-tier system (supplier to wholesaler to retailer), differences between brew- pub and taprooms, and recent changes in the law allowing taprooms to sell beer directly to the public. The Official News Publication of the Atlanta Bar Association THE ATLANTA LAWYER 33