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Licensing - a cocktail of ideas

Licensing - a cocktail of ideas

Niall McCann

Niall NcCann is a specialist licensing solicitor at one of the most highly regarded law firms in the leisure sector, Joelson Wilson LLP. He has considerable experience of dealing with the whole ambit of licensing law for the on-trade, including any associated gambling and regulatory issues. As an advocate Niall appears before Courts and Council Sub-Committees across England and Wales representing everyone from multiple operators to celebrity chefs. He also gives regular presentations to the licensed trade and their professional advisors on legal developments and practical steps to maximize business opportunities. He has been published extensively in magazines such as the Estates Gazette and On Trade Review and regularly writes articles for The Publican in addition to answering readers’ legal questions. www.joelsonwilson.com
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