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Liquor licenses a specialty for firm

Law practice won 65% of 2006 permits

Dennis Quilty (left) and Stephen Miller have been quite successful in winning liquor licenses for their clients. Dennis Quilty (left) and Stephen Miller have been quite successful in winning liquor licenses for their clients. (Janet Knott/ Globe Staff/ File 2001)
By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / December 3, 2008

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When the Legislature granted 20 new, highly coveted liquor licenses to Boston in late 2006 to meet pent-up demand, the city's Licensing Board did not hesitate to dole them out. In less than three months, it awarded licenses to five bars in South Boston and five more in the South End, two in the North End, two in Chinatown, and ... (Full article: 1474 words)

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