Institute of Licensing Article on Fee Regimes by Trinity Barrister

Barrister and Head of Trinity Chambers' Licensing Team, Charles Holland has had an article published in the November 2019 edition (Number 25) of The Journal of the Institute of Licensing.

Charles' article entitled: "Life, the Universe and Everything:can sense be made of licensing fee regimes?" examines issues surrounding licensing fees and is published ahead of the Court of Appeal's hearing in Rehman v Wakefield Council to be heard on 26th November 2019. An update will follow after the handing down of the judgement in that appeal.

The Journal is the official publication of the licensing industry’s professional body, The Institute of Licensing.The Institute aims to develop professional skills through training and communication as well as by representing members’ views in all aspects of the development and implementation of licensing laws and regulations.

As well as contributing regularly to the Journal of Licensing, Charles Holland is a Consulting Editor of leading industry publication, Paterson’s Licensing Acts and is regularly recognised in the leading legal directories for his licensing expertise:

"He always provides practical advice and has an ability to navigate problems. He is one of the top licensing barristers in the country." "He is an exceptional advocate with fantastic research skills. He gives 100% to every case to ensure the client has the absolute best chance of success." Licensing Band 1, Chambers & Partners 2020.

"He has an eye for detail, is not afraid of challenging situations and has a commercial approach to clients' needs." Licensing, Legal 500 2020.

The article is also available on Charles' blog.

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