Saturday, November 27, 2021

Tag: legal action

Welsh Government next to face legal challenge from indoor hospitality

Wales reopening indoor hospitality legal action
The same legal team behind the case against the English Government over its decision to reopen pubs and restaurants later than non-essential retail is now taking on the Welsh Government over its refusal to provide clarity for indoor hospitality.

Government ‘digs its heels in’ as the legal challenges on reopening mount up

Sascha Lord on Sky News night-time economy hospitality reopening
Britain’s hospitality sector has reached the tipping point; legal action will be mounted this week by the night-time economy sector and independent pub operators, both determined to bring the reopening date forward from 17 May. In the meantime, Bacta still awaits an official response to its own solicitor’s letter on behalf of AGCs. Is the government beginning to lose the people?

E-Service issue letters to customers after acting on legal advice

E-Service has issued a letter to its customers following legal advice which has resulted in the closure of ‘The Service Centre Europe Ltd’, a company owned by Paul Smith, Nick Holmes and Steven Brown. The three former employees of E-Service, who admitted acting in breach of obligations they owed the company, have taken down their website and ceased any...