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Keystone Law

48 CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, WC2A 1JF, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 3319 3700
Fax:
Fax 0845 458 9398
DX:
2307 VICTORIA
Email:
Web:
www.keystonelaw.co.uk

Gareth Hughes

Tel:
Work 020 3319 3700
Email:
Web:
keystonelaw.co.uk/
Keystone Law

Work Department

Barrister for the hospitality and entertainment sectors

Position

Gareth is a skilled barrister who acts for an impressive portfolio of clients in the hospitality and entertainment sectors on both licensing and planning matters. He regularly acts as an advocate on behalf of clients before licensing committees all over the country and on appeal to the Magistrates’ Court, having dealt with cases right up to the Court of Appeal and the House of Lords on major points of law.

Career

2016 Keystone Law Consultant Barrister
2002-2016 Jeffrey Green Russell Ltd Director and Barrister
1992-2002 Westminster Council Deputy Head of Legal Service, Business Unit
1986-1990 Goldsmiths Buildings | Barrister

Member

Chairman of the London Institute of Licensing


London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Licensing

Within: Leading individuals

Gareth Hughes - Keystone Law

Within: Licensing

Keystone Law has a full service licensing capability advising on early morning alcohol restriction orders, enforcement issues, temporary event notices and restaurants. The firm has a mix of new and long-standing clients. Gareth Hughes is a key name for clients in the hospitality and entertainment sectors; he is advising Dragon Knight on the licensing issues concerning a large-scale development in London, which involves thousands of residential buildings and leisure premises. Andrew Wong also has strength in the leisure, entertainment and hospitality sectors. Niall McCann and Richard Williams joined from Joelson in April 2019; the pair now have a consultancy agreement in place to continue to provide services to their former firm.

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