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From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.

The Big Licensing Conference 2017

Audrey Junner and Jack Cummins will be contributing to The Big Licensing Conference 2017 on Friday 2nd June in Glasgow. For more details and to purchase tickets, please click here. 

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In the Nic of Time: What you need to know about the new Nicotine Rules from 1 April

In the Nic of Time: What you need to know about the new Nicotine Rules from 1 April

In recent times we have seen the introduction of plain packaging, covered kiosks for tobacco products, restrictions on promotions and the ban of 10 packs but the control on the sale of nicotine in all forms will be tightened even further as of tomorrow. On the 1st April 2017, the key provisions of The Health (Tobacco, Nicotine etc. and Care) (Scotland) Act 2016 will come into force. The Act broadens current controls on tobacco products and for the first time establishes controls on ‘Nicotine Vapour Products’ or NVPs.

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Licensing Solicitor Vacancy in Glasgow

Due to expansion of our specialist licensing team we have an exciting opportunity for a solicitor to be based in our Glasgow Offices. All levels of experience from newly qualified to partner will be considered. The ideal candidate will have some experience in licensing law but this is not essential. Strong advocacy skills in any field will be viewed favorably.

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Alcohol to order…

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A radical change in the licensing landscape or just a different view?

There has been some interest over recent weeks surrounding applications for premises licences made by Amazon for their distribution centres in Gourock and Dunfermline. Both of these applications have been successful but not without a great deal of discussion about this apparently revolutionary move in the world of Scottish licensing.

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