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TLT has secured a premises licence for Glasgow's Britannia Panopticon, the world's oldest surviving music hall.
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In this month’s edition of TLT Reward, Resource, Retain we’ve set out how to use postponement and re-enrolment under the automatic enrolment, ensuring that fulfilling obligations under legislation runs as smoothly as possible.
TLT advises long-standing client Las Iguanas, the Latin American restaurant chain, on its successful application for a premises licence for its new restaurant in Dorset.
The social housing sector continues to increase the number of properties for sale on the open market. To support this growth, they need their development and sales teams to turn round marketing materials quickly. But this isn't without its legal issues, which can cause commercial and reputational pressures.
TLT has advised Low Carbon it relation to its response to the National Grid Enhanced Frequency Response tender.
Alison Deighton considers how organisations using social media platforms for targeted advertising can continue without flouting data protection rules.