The Gambling Commission has published a helpful flowchart – which you can download below – setting out the transitional arrangements under the 2014 Act. We are able to manage the transitional process for existing operators from EEA and white-listed jurisdictions, so please make contact if interested.
David Clifton is quoted in a Gambling Compliance article explaining that remote Gambling operators from EEA and white-listed jurisdictions have until 16 September to apply for UK operating licences ahead of the new licensing and regulatory regime expected to come into force on 1 October 2014.
The Gambling Commission has published an updated version of its “Testing strategy for compliance with remote gambling and software technical standards” document, containing information for applicants for operating licences under the Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act 2014 transitional process.
Suzanne Davies summarises the Government’s proposals for a Statutory Code to govern the relationship between pubcos and their tenants.
David Clifton comments on the Gambling Commission’s consolidated revised Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice (LCCP) and (what was at the time of interview merely) the possibility of a Judicial Review challenge to the Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act.
The Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association, a trade body that represents Gibraltar-based online gambling operators, has (through its solicitors) declared its intention to challenge the Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act 2014 by way of judicial review proceedings.
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David Clifton explains why complying with smoking regulations can be a fag.
The Government has today announced that it will introduce a statutory code to protect all tied pub tenants, supported by a new independent adjudication process.
Writing for SBC News, David Clifton suggests that the UK gambling industry is in, or at least is in imminent danger of entering, the “Time of the Nanny State”.