"The order almost certainly won't take effect as it will either be stayed by consent or, failing that, by the Court of Appeal," he said.
The arena is also going to court to argue what constitutes a business day.
The liquor branch's regulations defined business day as "a day on which the establishment is normally [open] for business" and under that definition the arena has already served the 10-day suspension, Mulligan said.
However, Owsianski ruled six of those days, when arena's concession was open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., were "ancillary" to the "business."
The liquor branch amended its regulations pertaining to the definition of "business day" in February 2011.
The battle that originated with a 17-year-old drinking in the arena could carry on for months if not years, (lawyer Michael) Mulligan said.
Of course, Mulligan is working on trade/contra with the arena, as he has a crap-load of advertising there.
This just shows you how stupid all of this is, over three or four kids having some beer.
Meanwhile, a friend of mine was killed by a drunk driver in Esquimalt, I guy I had denied entry to my bar due to his drunk state, but who then drank at an Esquimalt bar before he ran over my friend. That Esquimalt bar was not disciplined.http://www.canada.co...df0338c3&k=6947
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