David Clifton will be speaking on the subject of “Regulation – Liability Management: Why the buck doesn’t stop with operators” at 2.45pm on Wednesday 13 September, Day 1 of the Betting on Sports Conference 2017, that is being held at Olympia in London – full details are available here. The agenda can be downloaded below. The panel […]
As reported on the Gambling Commission’s website, all gambling operators (and others) need to take note that the Government now has extended powers to act against those who don’t report information that could undermine UK financial sanctions. All businesses, organisations and individuals have an obligation under financial sanctions regulations to report information which facilitates compliance. […]
In an article that can be downloaded below, Suzanne Davies, along with Máire Conneely and Andrew Spratt of Irish law firm A&L Goodbody, focus on licensing issues in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
We are often called upon by leisure industry clients to advise them how to deal with noise complaints, whether such complaints relate to noise escape from their premises or is alleged to be caused by their customers or staff. A useful briefing paper has been published by the House of Commons Library that can be downloaded […]
The Gambling Commission is consulting until 8 September 2017 on revised AML and CTF guidance for casinos (The Prevention of Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism – guidance for remote and non-remote casinos) to reflect provisions in the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 which came […]