Monthly Archives: February 2012

John Gaunt & Partners, February Newsletter and Licensing Updates

Welcome to our February 2012 licensing update  Please find below our February 2012 update in which we hope that you will find some matters of topical interest. Many of you may have received our late Saturday evening alert on ‘Operation Condor’, an unprecedented 48 hour licensing enforcement crackdown carried out across London over the weekend,… Read More »

Poppleston Allen, Legal view on Karen Murphy Case

Date: 24/02/2012 Author/Solicitor: Andy Grimsey Pub landlady Karen Murphy has claimed victory today in her legal battle with the Premier League over using a foreign satellite provider to broadcast Premiership football matches. The High Court ruled to allow Karen Murphy’s appeal over using the decoder to bypass controls over match screening and overturned her 2006… Read More »

Binge Drinking – A social study by Robert Sayles, Barrel-Dregs (236)

Binge Drinking – A social study The recent ground breaking study into social smoking carried out in New Zealand inspired me to carry out some research of my own. The primary objective of my study was to assess the consequences of people being given access to copious amounts of cheap alcohol.     Armed with a… Read More »