Founding Partner Marbet Lewis Hosts Networking Lounge at Women of the Vine & Spirits CONNECT Event

March 8, 2021

FLORIDA – March 8, 2021 – Marbet Lewis, Founding Partner and CEO of Spiritus Law, hosts a Networking Lounge at Women of the Vine & Spirits (WOTVS) CONNECT event, which offers Corporate Members the opportunity to gather to connect, collaborate, and commit to making a diverse, equitable and inclusive industry for all to thrive. The Networking Lounge focuses on working mothers and allows attendees the opportunity to interact, learn about each other, and share career and life experiences. Marbet also leads the online Working Mothers group for WOTVS which offers a positive space for members to openly talk about balancing motherhood, pursuing big dreams, career endeavors, and more.

Additionally, Marbet, along with the team at Spiritus Law, will participate in the Raise Your Glass for Equality Virtual Toast event which celebrates the advancement of women leaders and entrepreneurs in all segments of the alcohol industry and workforce at large!

“We are raising our glasses today to celebrate all the women that have opened doors for the rest of us to walk through and all the men that are strong enough to support, promote and invite women to the table. Diversity and inclusion go hand in hand and you cannot truly achieve one without the other.” says Lewis.

Marbet Lewis has focused her practice on the laws governing the alcohol industry and the manufacture, importation, and sale of alcohol beverage products since 2004. She represents clients in all aspects of alcohol and business licensing, alcohol licensee mergers and acquisitions, negotiation of asset purchase agreements and required alcohol use provisions, license transfers and licensing due diligence, trade practices, alcohol product advertising and review of marketing agreements, importation agreements, label approvals, and regulatory compliance guidance. Her experience also includes enforcement action defense and administrative litigation, zoning and land use due diligence and approval processes, and state and local government regulatory compliance, which includes drafting municipal code ordinances and amendments as well as assisting with redistricting and development of entertainment overlay districts.

Women of the Vine & Spirits is a year-round membership organization that exists to empower and equip women worldwide to advance their careers in the alcohol beverage industry, fostering gender diversity and talent development across the industry at large. Women of the Vine & Spirits exists today as the springboard for action, the connection to the brave collective. 


About Spiritus Law:

Spiritus Law is an entrepreneurial regulatory and business law firm focused on the representation of highly regulated industries by offering legal services in the areas of alcohol and tobacco law, federal, state and local regulatory and business licensing, hospitality law and licensing, commercial and residential real estate development, land use and zoning, real estate transactions, government relations, banking and lending, general commercial retail including the retail sale of regulated products and public/private partnership transactions. The Firm is founded on traditional principles of client counseling and teamwork with a cutting-edge twist on regulatory innovation and modern problem-solving. Spiritus Law combines a unique blend of professionals, including attorneys, government consultants, licensing assistants and paralegals to assist its diverse clients. Our modern approach to transparent client representation and employee engagement defines our collaborative spirit and progressive energy.

Core Services:

Primary service areas include: Alcohol Licensing & Regulatory Compliance, Retail & Hospitality Licensing & Permitting, Real Estate Transactions & Commercial Development, Firearms & Security Compliance, Public/Private Infrastructure &Development, Tobacco Product Regulatory Compliance, and Business Transactions & Financial Services. Our firm services an array of highly regulated industries, including alcohol producers, sports teams, hotels, restaurants, theme parks, movie theaters, grocery stores, liquor stores, bars, residential and commercial real estate developers, state agencies, municipal governments, investment firms and individual investors, lending institutions, security service providers, firearms suppliers and more.