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The operation of your business depends on having the correct licences in place. As an operator of an existing licenced business you know and understand the importance of ensuring your Premises Licence is up-to-date and that you obtain consent before you make any alterations to the layout of your premises and/or the style of your operation. Similarly, when starting a new business or venture that involves the sale of alcohol or the provision of entertainment, making sure you have in place Personal and Premises Licences is critical to the successful launch and, it is often the case that these licences are misunderstood or overlooked until the last minute.
Our expert team delivers specialist advice on licencing requirements and ensures you are trading legally or that you have all the licences in place in good time for your launch date.
National client base - of commercial and public sector organisations.
Dedicated licencing specialists - operating nationally with over 15 years’ experience.
Specialist advice - including personal, premises, betting, casino and club certificates.
Pro-bono work - advising a range of charitable clubs and institutions.
Sports sector expertise - working with regional and national sports clubs and sporting events.
Lawyers who understand your time pressures - We provide a fully-managed process and work with you to secure a bespoke licence to give peace of mind when you commence trading.
A case dealing with whether a clause in a commercial contract preventing oral variations was of any effect.
A case which shows the dangers inherent in agreeing a break clause which is conditional on the tenant giving vacant possession on or before the break date.
Chambers notes that Rachel is 'passionate about her practice area and very easy to deal with' and 'she is really focused on getting the right commercial outcome for the client.'
Advising a charity on the requirement to hold a separate Premises Licence for a third party premises who fulfilled their online and catalogue orders.
Helping a contemporary art centre to secure a premises licence prior to building works being completed, in premises within a saturation zone and ensuring freedom for a wide range of entertainers to perform at the venue and also to enable exhibitions, live art, educational activities, conferences, catering and merchandising to be available.
The Retail Ombudsman has today announced the launch of a new ‘central register’, due to go live next week, designed to hold contact details for consumers in order to facilitate automatic updates in the event of a product recall.
The Patents Court has made an order for pre-action disclosure of patent licences.
We’ve already seen some alliances in click-and-collect between individual retailers – remember the tie-up between Ebay and Argos in 2013
As from 15 April 2015, retailers will be able to build new ‘click-and-collect’ facilities, such as covered collection points or lockers, without making a planning application.
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