Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: legal

Poppleston Allen: “It would be good to see more flexible powers to vary regulation and game machine types to keep up with innovation and customer demand”

Nick Arron Poppleston Allen 2021 review
Nick Arron takes a legal look at 2021 and all the hurdles the industry had to jump just to get to the starting line. The race though is about to begin, says the Poppleston Allen partner, as he looks at the options in the gambling review. Cashless technology, the return of the triennial, an evidence-led review? Read on .... the legals have landed.

Nick Harding launches Spray Lakes Consultancy

Nick Harding Spray Lakes Consultancy
As the industry prepares to emerge from lockdown Nick Harding has launched Spray Lakes, a knowledge hub that connects personally vetted experts with business owners seeking additional resource, insight and support.

Ipswich punter takes the piss, literally

Palace-Amusements-Ipswich, legal
An Ipswich man has been fined and ordered to pay for cleaning a fruit machine which he drunkenly used as a urinal. The early hours of October 12 saw Robert Comerford stumble into Palace Amusements on Upper Brook Street and unload a skinful onto one of the games machines. When challenged by staff who demanded he cease the liquid desecration, Comerford...

Call for inflatables ban comes in PMQs

Houses of Parliament
A call to temporarily baninflatableswas heard in Prime Minister’s Questions last week. Meanwhile, fairground operators are working to educate and reassure customers that their bouncy castles are safe. Prime Minister Theresa May has been urged to bring in a temporary ban on the operation of inflatable attractions following two high profile deaths. During last week’s PM’s Questions, Conservative MP Robert Haflon...

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