Legal | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 16

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Security steps are vital legal defence

London case shows trade can be sued by customers who are attacked on premises. A few years ago, Eddie Tobin, doyen of the Scottish late-night industry, called …

More trade regulation on the horizon?

There's been no shortage of regulation heaped on the trade in the past 18 months. From the 2005 licensing Act taking effect in September 2009 to the more …

A case for licence holder defence

A recent legal change reintroduced the concept of vicarious liability to licensing law. Solicitor Caroline Treanor looks at the implications ON December 13, …

No clear end to forecourt debate

Recent judgement on garage licensing was welcome but it may not be the last word IT’S all about just a handful of words A few expressions in the Licensing …

LP links up with law firm

LEGAL firm Lindsays has launched a new licensing service for members of buying group LP Pub Company. The new deal means members of LP Pub Company, which has …

Policies hold key to board power

Promotion of licensing objectives gives authorities wide-ranging influence ONCE in a while, the courts hand down a judgment that has a profound impact on the …

Age policy brings fresh challenges

Implementing scheme on a Saturday will put staff under pressure WHILE a war of words raged round the minimum pricing proposal in the Alcohol Bill, another …

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