EARLY BIRD OFFER - book on or before 20 December from only £140 + VAT*
Licensing remains one of the most dynamic areas of legal practice and this important conference, with expert speakers from the Bar, the licensed trade, public and private practice will seek to answer some key questions including:
Does minimum unit pricing work in practice?
What are the current challenges facing the licensing trade?
What do you do when an insolvency event occurs?
Chaired by leading administrative and licensing advocate Scott Blair, be sure to book your place now.
Reasons to join us
Understand the fit and proper test in detail
Learn about the impact of recent licensing caselaw
Consider the latest civic government developments
Hear from a panel of expert speakers
Network with your peers at Scotland’s premier legal CPD event
What’s being covered?
The 2015 Act 'fit and proper test' - deconstructed Stephen McGowan, TLT LLP
Current challenges facing the licensed trade Paul Smith, Managing Director, Castle Leisure Group
Update on minimum unit pricing Frances Ennis, Pinsent Masons
Insolvency & property – when licensing law interacts Andrew Hunter, Harper Macleod
Gambling law update 2020 Michael McDougall, TLT
Recent licensing caselaw and other developments Scott Blair, Terra Firma Chambers
Civic Government update Raymond Lynch, West Dunbartonshire Council
*SAVE ALMOST 25% - as a special early bird offer, all bookings made on or before 20th December on any of the 10 conferences forming Scots Law 2020 will attract the discounted price of only £140 +vat (CLT Members) or £220 +vat (Non Members). Prices after the offer ends will revert to £180 +vat (CLT Members) or £280 +vat (Non Members)