Licensing in UK Law

  • Licensing digitisation
    • No. 30-1, January 2000
    • VINE
    • 22-26
    In January 1998, CLA announced that it had the support of rightsholders' groups to develop licensing schemes for the digitisation of printed material. However, strict conditions were imposed. After...
  • Licensing Planning
    • No. 11-2, April 1947
    • Journal of Criminal Law, The
  • The Licensing Act, 1961: 1
    • No. 34-6, November 1961
    • Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles
    Chief Inspector Jempson deals in this article with Part I and some of Part II of the Licensing Act, 1961. The remainder of Part II and Part III will be dealt with in a second article.
  • COPYRIGHT LICENSING AND LIBRARIANS
    • No. 9-3, March 1988
    • Library Management
    • 33-42
    Librarians and other information service professionals are naturally concerned with the needs of their end‐user communities as well as their own service requirements. This overview of licensing met...
  • Gangmasters Licensing Authority.
    • No. 2005, February 2005
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • ON THE MOVE - Appointment of Ray Dawson - Brief Article
    ...Ray Dawson FCMA has been appointed director of finance and business services at the Gangmasters Licensing Authority, a new body created to regulate labour providers in the agriculture and shellfishing industries. ......
  • The Licensing of Barbers in the USA
    • No. 48-4, December 2010
    • British Journal of Industrial Relations
    Barbering is one of the earliest professions to be licensed in the USA. This article discusses the origins of barber licensing, as well as its current status and scope, and then estimates the effec...
  • Consumers' evaluations of co‐branded products: the licensing effect
    • No. 17-2, April 2008
    • Journal of Product & Brand Management
    • 73-81
    Purpose: This paper seeks to establish the importance of studying the effects of licensing brand alliances from a customer's standpoint, to investigate the effectiveness of licensing as a strategy ...
  • Institutional market imbalance and licensing in securities markets
    • No. 20-1, December 2012
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 39-51
    Purpose: The paper discusses how proficiency‐based licensing of professionals may promote a culture of fair play and thus counteract economic and white collar crime in markets characterised by unil...
  • Emergency Reform: Export Licensing after the Scott Report
    • No. 4-3, January 1997
    • Journal of Financial Crime
    • 245-246
    The Arms to Iraq inquiry by Sir Richard Scott, Vice Chancellor of the Supreme Court, has recommended a comprehensive review of the system of export licensing. The inquiry was set up after the faile...
  • Regulating Australia’s ‘Gangmasters’ through Labour Hire Licensing
    • No. 47-3, September 2019
    • Federal Law Review
    This article examines the recent introduction of state-based regulation to address the increasingly prominent problem of exploitation of vulnerable workers by labour hire providers around Australia...
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