Changes to Licensing Application Forms create need to supply additional Information

The Government has published revised Licensing Act forms which take into account the changes brought about by the Immigration Act and the Policing and Crime Act.

Got control? Identify yourself!

Since 6 April 2016, most UK limited companies and LLP’s have been required to maintain a Persons of Significant Control (PSC) register. On 26 June 2017, further requirements will come into force.

Making Tax Digital (MTD)

MTD represents the most significant change to the administration of the UK tax system since the introduction of PAYE in 1944.

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22.Jun.2017 | Articles

House of Lords Select Committee Report Insight

On 5th June the Institute of Licensing held a workshop in Nottingham presented by Barrister Sarah Clover. Sarah is one of the leading barristers in the country in Licensing, acting for a wide range of clients.

Cumulative Impact Policies – Licensing Update

Cumulative Impact Policies (CIPs) are local policies which introduce a presumption against new (or full variations to existing) licences to sell alcohol from bars, shops, pubs or clubs in a designated area, also referred to as saturation zones.

Award entries – how to maximise your success

Applying for an award for a business or project is beneficial in getting the name of your brand out there and promoting your company’s achievements. Whether being shortlisted, highly commended or a winner is an achievement.

Top tips on how to battle a Tough Mudder

Nine brave members of Fraser Brown completed the 2017 Tough Mudder Midlands challenge in aid of charity.

Top 10 Brand Choosing Tips

Choosing the right brand for a product or business is vital as your brand name can be a valuable company asset capable of being commercially exploited in its own right.

Enforcement of Family Finance Orders

Family Finance Orders are usually made following the end of a marriage or civil partnership and also under Schedule 1 of the Children Act for unmarried parents.

Mass retirement of police officers did not amount to age discrimination

In Harrod and others -v- Chief Constable of West Midlands Police and others the Court of Appeal has upheld a previous decision that mass retirement of officers implemented by a number of police forces was not discriminatory on the basis of age.

Employment Tribunal finds cycle courier was a worker and not self employed

The Employment Tribunal in Boxer –v- Excel Group Services Limited has decided that a cycle courier, who was previously labelled as self employed, was actually a worker.

Variation on a zero hours contract

Zero hours contracts have been a hot topic in employment for some time and many employers and individuals are aware of the use of such contracts.

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