The Old Angel Inn reopens in Nottingham as The Angel Microbrewery

One of Nottingham’s most popular inns, closed down early this year after more than 25 years of providing the city with a dedicated rock venue for small bands is due to reopen under new management in tomorrow, on 2nd July.

Abuse of Migrant Workers not Unlawful Discrimination

Arwen Makin discusses the judgment in the combined case of Onu v Akwiwu and another and Taiwo v Olaigbe and another that the Supreme Court handed down on 22nd June 2016.

Enhanced Criminal Record Disclosure in Recruitment – New Case

Arwen Makin, Senior Associate in the Employment and HR department discusses Enhanced Criminal Record Disclosure in Recruitment.

Warranty Woes

Richard Brackenbury from the Construction Law department at Fraser Brown advises on problems with faulty goods under warranty or guarantee.

Are you considering buying an existing Franchise business?

Acquisition can be a ‘risky business’ if it is not dealt with properly; therefore it is essential that you have the right professional advisors on board from the outset.

It is not just the weather that controls the use of an outdoor area

Outdoor areas for restaurants and bars can provide huge benefits, however, trading outside may require authorisation of one form or another. David Lucas advises how to ensure that you comply with all the appropriate regulations.

Carry on and Stay Confident – the Brexit Impact on Franchising

The British Franchise Association has issued a statement to its members which broadly states it is “business as usual” for franchising.

Shhh! - The New Trade Secrets Directive

To address the inconsistent legal definitions of what constitutes a trade secret applied by the courts of different European jurisdictions the EU has adopted and published a new EU Trade Secrets Directive.

Fraser Brown works with Oscar's again following successful relaunch

Walaiti Rathore, a Licensing Specialist at Fraser Brown has worked with Oscars to vary their premises licence to provide further flexibility for the business and to expand its offer to its customers.


27.Jun.2016 | Licensing

Brexit – Potential Implications for UK Employment Law

Arwen Makin, Senior Associate in the Employment and HR department discusses what may happen to the employment rights in the UK in the event of the Brexit campaign.

Operating a Craft Ale Brewery – Practical Points

As the popularity of craft ale increases it becomes more attractive to commercial brewers. David Lucas outlines some of the practical points that need to be considered in order to establish and conduct a business brewing craft ale.

Holiday headaches?

Arwen Makin, Senior Associate in the Employment and HR department discusses how employers can deal with their employees requesting the same time period off work.

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