Suzanne Davies is delighted to have acted for Tante Marie Culinary Academy – the UK’s oldest independent cookery school – on its successful premises licence application for its new premises in Woking, Surrey.
World Online Gambling Law Report interviews David Clifton about the judgment delivered on 10 October 2014 by Mr Justice Green in the GBGA judicial review case, finding in favour of the UK government and declaring that the Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act 2014 does not infringe UK or EU law. The article published on WOGLR can be […]
Earlier today we reported on the failure of the judicial review challenge by the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association to Great Britain’s new remote gambling licensing and regulatory regime. The judgment delivered this morning by Mr Justice Green can be downloaded here.
Following legal arguments to the High Court on 23 and 24 September, Mr Justice Green has this morning (10 October) rejected the judicial review challenge by the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association to Great Britain’s new remote gambling licensing and regulatory regime.
David Clifton provides a potted guide to the changes to mandatory premises licence conditions coming into force on 1 October 2014
The Gambling Commission has announced an extension of time until 23 October 2014 within which advance application might be made for a continuation licence. Anyone who thought they had “missed the boat” by not making such an application by the previous deadline of 16 September and who requires assistance to do so now should feel […]
It has today been announced on the Gambling Commission website that “due to a High Court challenge, DCMS will be taking the necessary steps to postpone this legislation coming into force until 1 November 2014. This will allow a judgment to be made without undue time pressure”.
The Gambling Commission has published an advice note providing information on suspicious activity reporting requirements. It is intended to assist remote operators to determine to which body or Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) known or suspected money laundering activity should be reported, and the circumstances in which appropriate consent should be sought. The advice note can […]
David Clifton is quoted in a Gambling Compliance article about the hearing on 23 and 24 September 2014 of the application by the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association for judicial review of Great Britain’s new remote gambling licensing and regulatory regime.
Those overseas remote gambling operators who applied by 16 September for, and are now, holding continuation licences should bear in mind that the Gambling Commission has been showing its teeth this year, with the revocation in April and September of remote operating licences held by Bodugi Limited and Bet Butler Limited respectively.