The Gambling Commission has published its response following a supplementary consultation on the introduction (via LCCP licence condition 15.3.1) of annual assurance statements for gambling operators with a significant market share or extensive operations, assessed by the Commission as those having an annual gross gambling yield of £25 million or more. The Commission believes that this “strikes a […]
Having successfully defended the position of a landlord facing a review of its shadow licence in circumstances where the tenant’s primary licence was revoked, David Clifton comments on a developing area of risk for landlords of licensed premises.
The Government has reportedly rejected the proposal lodged by Newham Council with the Department for Communities and Local Government, demanding that the Government should reduce the maximum stake on B2 machines to £2. However, change may be afoot in Scotland.
Changes to the Gambling Commission’s Remote gambling and software technical standards (with which gambling software and remote operating licence holders are required to comply pursuant to Condition 2.3 of the LCCP) will come into force on two different dates, 31 October 2015 and 30 April 2016.
The High Court has today given judgment that the remote gambling point of consumption tax that came into force in the UK on 1 December 2014 raises issues of European law that should be decided by the Court of Justice of the European Union.
In this month’s feature for SBC News, David Clifton examines the fast growing US daily fantasy sports market and considers whether Europe’s diverse regulatory conditions will allow for fantasy sports to gain traction and new market entry
Suzanne Davies advises on the need to ensure that staff are trained and are made aware of the potential risks of using liquid nitrogen in food and drinks preparation