Cloister Cafe’s Case in Eyewitness News

August 19, 2020 News

In what is being described as “the first time a restaurant tried to retaliate in federal court against state authorities enforcing pandemic-related social distancing rules” Eyewitness news reported on the case brought by GS2Law against the New York State Liquor Authority for breaches of procedural due process. 

It is Cloister Cafe’s position that its license was summarily suspended without a constitutionally compliant pre-deprivation or post-deprivation hearing.

Gs2Law has taken up the fight on behalf of restauranteurs and bar owners to ensure that their constitutional rights are protected and their licenses are not revoked without adequate due process.

If your liquor license has been suspended email Robert Garson or call 212-380-3623.