In the Pennsylvania Commonwealth’s Court’s second case of the week based on MFW Wine Co., LLC v. Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, 231 A.3d 50 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2020) (MFW I), the Court reviewed the Liquor Control Board’s preliminary objections to a complaint. Log Cabin ordered liquor and wine through a “special order” process and was charged a handling fee by the Liquor Control Board. Log Cabin filed a complaint and claimed it was not subject to the fee because the legislature abolished it. The company sought to recover damages in the form of all handling fees paid and pick-up expenses incurred. The Court overruled the preliminary objections and permitted the suit to proceed.