Published: 12 January 2022 by Carl Weston
Over the past 12 months, which have been a roller coaster for the licensed trade, our licensing solicitors have written 100’s of legal articles. These have been featured on trade and legal websites such as the Institute of Licensing, the Morning Advertiser, Coinslot International and eGaming Review. Plus, they have also been used by the national media, appearing on the websites of Sky News, The Guardian, The i, The Daily Mail, City AM and The Sun.
Below is a list of 2021’s top 10 most read articles from our website, which have a collective viewing figure of over 50,000 times.
This does not include Covid 19 articles as the legislation is often temporary, but a full list of these articles can be read here.
Important: The legal articles below are not newly published for 2021, but have been read the most during 2021.
This is a Q&A describing the rules surrounding the employment of under 18s in licensed premises including pubs, restaurants and bars.
This article describes what should be considered when applying for a license for your new coffee shop.
This is a detailed guide about how to display notices at a licensed premise and also includes a printable PDF version of the guide.
This Q&A answers whether licensed premises still need to operate a challenge 25 policy or refuse sales to younger looking customers when selling non-alcoholic and low alcohol beers.
This article is a guide to temporary event notices. TENs are required before carrying out licensable activity on unlicensed premises or when the activity is outside the scope of an existing licence.
This article details Licensing Act 2003 offences that now have unlimited fines following the commencement of S.85 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012.
This article gives an overview of the main legal and operation points to bear in mind when refusing service or denying entry.
This article gives details about regulations that have been laid out in parliament to further assist the hospitality industry following lockdown.
This article details the powers that the police have to close licensed premises to prevent disorder including closure notices, closure orders and action after a closure order.
This Q&A details the law surrounding the rights to refuse entry to licensed premises including pubs, restaurants and clubs.
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