Gelman and Reisman - professional corporation
Gelman and Reisman - professional corporation

professional corporation

Marc S. Reisman

A knowledgeable and creative lawyer.

Marc received his B.A. from the from the University of Pittsburgh, where he graduated magna cum laude. After spending a decade pursuing a musical career and recording several records as the harmonica player in Pittsburgh’s legendary Iron City Houserockers (and later with Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers), he entered the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1984.

In 1985-1986, he was a Staff Member of the University of Pittsburgh Law Review, and in 1986-1987, he was a Law Review Notes and Comments Editor. He graduated cum laude from Pitt Law School in 1987, and was awarded the Order of the Coif.

Marc is a member of the Allegheny County Bar Association, the Western Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers’ Association, Bike Pittsburgh, the League of American Bicyclists Legal Affairs Committee, the WPW Bicycle Club and the American Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers. He continues to play harmonica in the Pittsburgh area, and occasionally travels to Europe to perform.

Marc’s love of food, restaurants, live music and bicycling has led him naturally to the areas in which he practices law.

Pennsylvania Liquor Licensing Matters Articles

November 2013

I’ll Have Another (Business)

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September 2013

Considering an Employee’s Criminal Record and Reputation

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July/June 2013


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April 2013

CH-CH-CH-Changes Can Trigger Reporting Requirements for Liquor Licenses

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March 2013

House Bill Lays Out New Framework for Direct Wine Purchases

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December 2012

What’s All the Wine-ing About?

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October 2012

Act 116, Part II – More on Changes to the Pennsylvania Liquor Code

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July/August 2012

Rules of the Game Changing for Off-Premises Catering Permits

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April 2012

Philadelphia Passes Bouncers Ordinance – A Cautionary Tale

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December 2011

Omnibus Liquor Code Bill Signed by the Governor

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