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Important Information for Potential Dram Shop Plaintiffs About Memphis Bar & Grill

My firm has sued more bars and restaurants for negligent alcohol service than anyone else in Texas, so we understand just how serious this problem is for our state. But we recognize that not everyone has the same level of familiarity, which may lead them to underestimate just how prevalent over-service is. To help improve the public's awareness, I sometimes take a bit of time to look through the TABC's database of complaints and report my findings here. If you believe you may have a Dram Shop case, please call me at (855) 326-0000.

This bar & grill in Longview, TX features live music and affordable dining. However, they have also had issues staying off the TABC's radar when it comes to irresponsible alcohol practices.

Simply because a Memphis Bar & Grill location has been investigated, it does not mean that they are a location that displays a pattern of violating TABC code. Conversely, if a location has been investigated and investigators do not ultimately issue a sanction or warning for violations of TABC code, that does not mean that the alleged violation(s) did not take place. For various reasons, sufficient evidence required to prove that either criminal or administrative violations of TABC code occurred is hard to come by. We are simply reporting the locations that were put on the TABC's radar for one reason or another by concerned citizens and law enforcement agencies.

The TABC Has Issued a Written Warning Regarding Marketing Practices of Memphis Bar & Grill


Longview - 203 Spur 63 North

Allegations:

On 07/05/2018, a law enforcement agency alleged that this location had failed to report a breach of the peace and served alcohol to an intoxicated person.

TABC investigators looked into the matter and closed the investigation on 08/09/2018, finding that there was not sufficient evidence in order to move forward.


Longview - 203 Spur 63 North

Allegations:

On 07/05/2018, it was alleged by police that this location had failed to report a breach of the peace.

TABC detectives closed the investigation on 8/28/2018 after finding evidence that they indeed had failed to report the breach.


Longview - 203 Spur 63 North

Allegations:

On 07/07/2018, it was self-reported by the alcohol licensee that this location had engaged in subterfuge.

TABC investigators looked into the matter and closed the investigation on 8/9/2018 with no further action taken against the club.


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