Don"t put your success on ice, we"ll help you release your full potential
Mix business with pleasure at an exclusive event hosted by Fraser Brown at Pride Park Stadium, Derby.
Come along and enjoy a great opportunity to learn about maximising the potential of your licence and at the same time network with others facing the same business challenges as you.
• Learn how to get more from it
• Learn how to protect it
• Learn how Fraser Brown can help
David Lucas trained at Nottingham City Council and qualified in 1981. A specialist in alcohol and entertainment licensing, together with betting and gaming. He advises a wide range of local and regional clients including Local Authorities. Contributor "Paterson"s Licensing Acts" (Butterworths), on Licensing Act 2003 and Gambling Act 2005 and "The Licensing Act 2003" (Butterworths). David has enjoyed significant praise throughout this year from his peers in the industry and toured with the Home Office discussing the implications of the review of the Licensing Act. David and his team also train on behalf of the British Institute of Inn Keepers (BII).
Walaiti is an experienced advocate and has represented applicant and premises license holders, both private and corporate, at licensing sub-committee hearings across the country and has dealt with all aspect of licensing appeals to the Magistrates Court. He specialises in all aspects of licensing and gambling as well as dealing with licensing prosecutions and related regulatory work for independent, multiple and national operators. He is experienced an advising licensing sub-committees and acting as their legal advisor at committee hearings as well as providing training to local authorities. He is a BIIAB nominated tutor.
The place to be
The Toyota Suite, Pride Park Stadium, Derby
Tuesday 22nd March 2011
4.30pm "Maximising the potential of your licence" an interactive seminar by David Lucas and Walaiti Rathore from the Fraser Brown Licensing team.
5.30pm Canapés and Refreshments
To reserve your place please contact Heather on 01159 471 546 or email email@example.com