Bond Pearce partners with BHA to provide members free legal advice
National law firm Bond Pearce has joined forces with the British Hospitality Association (BHA), the leading representative organisation in the hospitality industry, representing hotels, restaurants and food service providers.
Bond Pearce will be working closely with the BHA to deliver valuable services to its members. It will be providing an email helpline for legal queries, horizon scanning to provide advance warning of legislative issues and future regulatory risks likely to impact the sector, and practical briefings and presentations on hot topics.
Bond Pearce acts for many major brands in the Hospitality and Leisure sector and within its three key areas of Licensing, Regulatory and Real Estate, has extensive experience advising clients across the sector, incorporating hotels, restaurants, bars, pubs, breweries, cinemas, theatres, betting shops, bingo clubs, night clubs, casinos, arcades, bowling centres and a variety of visitor attractions.
Ewen Macgregor, Hospitality & Leisure Sector Group Head at Bond Pearce commented, “We are delighted to be working with the leading organisation in this sector on the issues that really matter to their members.? Navigating the complex maze of legislation in this heavily-regulated sector can be a real headache for businesses day-to-day and our aim is to provide sound practical support to the BHA membership.”
Ufi Ibrahim, Chief Executive at The British Hospitality Association commented, “We are excited to have Bond Pearce on board and believe they will add great value as a partner. We aim to deliver real returns for our members, positively championing the industry?s priorities through partnerships with government and with other associations and organisations.? Our aim is to bring tangible, long-lasting, positive benefits to every member?s business.”
The Bond Pearce Hospitality and Leisure Group fields experts on alcohol and entertainment licensing, gambling licensing, real estate transactions, contentious real estate, food and drink regulations, food hygiene, health and safety, trading standards, advertising standards.
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