Attorney Fred Tromberg will join Dr. Brad Krevor and Mark Willingham for a discussion of the nature of civil litigation, the concept of restorative justice for victims of alcohol-related harms, and the use of the civil justice system as a deterrence for improper alcohol service.
Dr. Brad Krevor is joined by co-host Dr. William DeJong of the Boston University School of Public Health to discuss programs and policies that can successfully reduce alcohol problems on America's college campuses with Dr. Ralph Hingson, Director of Epidemiology and Prevention Research for the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
Dr. Brad Krevor and Co-host Charles Curie will be interviewing Dr. Monica Gourovitch. Dr. Gourovitch is a research scientist with extensive senior policy and corporate scientific affairs leadership experience regarding the impact beverage alcohol has on both the health of the individual and the health and safety of the community.
Dr. Brad Krevor with Co-Hosts Kathie Durbin of Montgomery County Liquor Control, Maj. Mark Willingham of Alcohol Solutions and their guests will discuss the Montgomery County Over-Service project in partnership with Responsible Retailing Forum, and Drunk Driving Prevention through enforcement and partnership, as well as the use of the Civil Justice System (Dram Shop laws) to prevent Drunk Driving and to provide restorative justice for alcohol related harms.
Dr. Brad Krevor and Co-Host Scott Wexler, the Executive Director of the Empire State Restaurant and Tavern Association will explore with their guests the impacts to the beverage alcohol industry of the continued changes brought about by globalization, consolidation and the growth of new products and product categories.