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LEGAL COMPLIANCE

Introducing “TheMusicLicence” for businesses

If you play music publicly, for example, you have a radio playing in the background, you must be properly licensed. Previously, two separate licences were needed but things have changed. What do you need to know? More...

LEGAL COMPLIANCE

Primary Authority services upgraded

CARS

Hiring and buying without a paper licence

On 8 June 2015 the paper counterpart to the photocard driving licence was abolished. However, this document was generally required when hiring, test-driving or buying a car. So what will you have to do now? More...

DIRECTORS’ LIABILITY

Companies must register with the FCA

LEGAL COMPLIANCE

Don’t advertise (with) the 2012 Olympics

Many businesses will benefit from the 2012 Olympic Games. But if you’re thinking of incorporating it into next year’s marketing strategy, you might want to think again. Get it wrong and there are some serious risks - what’s to know? More...

NEWS - MUSIC LICENCES

Still facing the music?

Music while you work is less than a big hit with employers as licence enforcement action shows no sign of abating. So do you need a licence or not? More...

NEWS - LICENSING

Musical crackdown

Many of our subscribers have received letters recently, informing them that they need to get a licence to play music in their workplace. Is this really the case, and why the sudden rash of letters? More...

NEWS & VIEWS

The risks of illegal software

NEWS & VIEWS

“No card, no entry!”

DIRECTORS’ LIABILITY

Facing the music

A recent survey has revealed that just under a quarter of all employees listen to their iPods at work for up to three hours a day. You’re concerned that this could give rise to health and safety and other issues. Could you be liable? More...
Last updated: 02.07.2020

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