Licensing Barrister Guest Speaker at NALEO Coronavirus Health Protection Regulations, Business & Planning Bill Webinar
Head of Trinity Chambers' Licensing team, barrister Charles Holland will be a guest speaker at a webinar held by the National Association of Licensing and Enforcement Officers (NALEO) on Friday 10th July 2020.
The free webinar takes place between 10 am and 12 noon and is open to NALEO members and non-members. The session will explore the new Coronavirus regulations and the Business and Planning Bill 2020, as well as the challenges and opportunities to support the licensed sector as it gradually attempts to reopen in the "new normal".
Charles will be focusing on helping the industry to navigate the complexities of and confusion created by the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (No. 2) (England) Regulations 2020 [No. 684]. Joining Charles is Jo Cox-Brown of Night Time Economy Solutions and barrister Leo Charalambides.
NALEO represents the interests of those responsible for licensing through the sharing of knowledge and information, close links with government bodies and civil servants, and by actively promoting and encouraging high standards and best practice including the promotion of externally accredited professional qualifications. NALEO are frequently involved in Central Government and other agency consultations on issues that affect the interests of its members.
Charles is a Consulting Editor of Paterson's Licensing Acts and an Assistant Editor of the Journal of Licensing.
Charles is instructed in a wide range of complex licensing matters by clients from across the country and is regularly recognised by the leading industry directories:
"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.
For further details about the event and to register for the webinar please email email@example.com
In response to the impact of the Coronavirus crisis, Chambers' Licensing barristers and staff are committed to providing as much assistance as possible, including urgent advice, resources and support in dealing with remote, in person and hybrid hearings. Members of the team can assist in all aspects of Licensing issues arising from the pandemic and its impact on Local Authorities, Police Authorities, Businesses and individuals. For further details, please contact the clerking team on 0191 232 1927 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org