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Email Address Legal & compliance Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Two companies have been ordered to pay almost €400,000 in fines some two years after they were found to have broken Dutch gambling laws.Simbat Entertainment Systems Limited, a games developer, faces a fine of €270,000 and Spinity Limited has been fined €100,000 after they failed in an appeal to The Court of The Hague over a ruling against them by Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) in July 2017.The fine for Simbat was imposed because the company offered games of chance via at least 11 different websites. Spinity acted as a promotional agent for Simbat and was found to be promoting Simbat’s gambling games.The Hague court rejected the operators’ appeal in a ruling on June 6, and only now has the KSA published its decision.“Under current law, it is not possible to obtain a license to offer online games of chance. That means that offering online games of chance is by definition illegal,” said the KSA, in a statement. “Advertising of online games of chance is also not allowed.“Participants in online gambling are not protected; it is not possible to check the fairness of the game and the exclusion of minors. It is also not possible to check whether gambling addiction is prevented.”The KSA is in the process of developing the licensing framework for legal online gambling after the Netherlands’ Remote Gambling Act passed the country’s Senate in February after years in limbo.The regulator last week revealed that 79 operators have expressed an interest in applying for an online gaming licence in the country ahead of the market’s scheduled opening on January 1, 2021. Topics: Legal & compliance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 24th June 2019 | By contenteditor Regions: Europe Western Europe Netherlands Dutch court rejects appeals over igaming fines Two companies have been ordered to pay almost €400,000 in fines some two years after they were found to have broken Dutch gambling laws.
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Home Indiana Agriculture News Wine and Beer Bill Headed to Governor’s Desk State Representative Dave Ober (R-Albion) has authored a bill to address a local concern involving wineries and distilleries. House Bill (HB) 1053 would allow farm wineries, microbreweries and artisan distilleries to serve their beer, wine or liquor at the same service bar without requiring a structure to separate the service of beer and wine. The bill passed unanimously out of the Indiana House of Representatives and has also passed the Senate this week. “This bill works to address an issue that was brought to my attention by a local farm winery and microbrewery in my district,” said Rep. Ober. “House Bill 1053 is intended to remove some of the burden facing both business owners and consumers that go to farm wineries, microbreweries and artisan distilleries that occupy the same building.” Facebook Twitter Currently, the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission requires microbreweries and farm wineries that occupy the same building to have a wall or partition separating the areas of service for beer and wine. This legislation would lessen the burden on business owners and allow customers easier access to their products. “I am pleased to author a bill that addresses a problem for local businesses in my district and across the state,” said Rep. Ober. “As a state representative, it is rewarding any time I can take a problem facing my community and present a solution.” The measure is on its way to the Governor’s desk where it will likely be approved. Previous articleIndiana’s On-Farm Network Has New Partners, New Look and New NameNext articleA Celebrity that Likes Agriculture Gary Truitt Facebook Twitter SHARE Wine and Beer Bill Headed to Governor’s Desk By Gary Truitt – Mar 18, 2015 SHARE
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News UpdatesDelhi Court Grants Bail To Corporate Lobbyist Deepak Talwar [Read Order] Press Trust of India1 May 2020 5:16 AMShare This – x A Delhi Court Friday granted bail to corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar, arrested by the Enforcement Directorate in a money laundering case related to receiving foreign funding illegally.Special judge Ajay Kumar Kuhar gave relief to Talwar on the condition that he will cooperate with the investigation and will not try to influence witness or hamper probe in the case.While seeking bail,…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?Login A Delhi Court Friday granted bail to corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar, arrested by the Enforcement Directorate in a money laundering case related to receiving foreign funding illegally.Special judge Ajay Kumar Kuhar gave relief to Talwar on the condition that he will cooperate with the investigation and will not try to influence witness or hamper probe in the case.While seeking bail, the accused had told the court that no purpose will be served by keeping him in custody in the matter.He said he was the only accused arrested in the case and the probe was already over.He further told the court that all the evidence in the case was documentary in nature and has been recovered by the probe agency.ED advocates Amit Mahajan and Nitesh Rana told the court that Talwar was accused of serious economic offence and if granted the relief, he may flee from justice.It said the accused was already absconding from justice prior to his arrest and had to be brought from Dubai. In his application, Talwar said there was no chance that the investigation could be hampered.A Delhi court had earlier dismissed his interim bail application, moved on medical grounds in view of coronavirus, noting that he was lodged in Tihar central jail here where all the facilities were available.The court had passed the order after the ED counsels said that the jail authorities had not filed any report about Talwar’s health condition which suggests he risks the infection.According to the ED, Talwar was the founding member of NGO Advantage India which received foreign contribution of Rs 90.72 crore from MBDA England, a leading European missile manufacturer, and Airbus France under CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) funding between 2012-13 to 2015-16.”Investigation has revealed that the NGO booked ‘bogus’ expenditure under various heads to show that foreign donation was utilised for various purposes,” the agency had said.Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Story
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Previous Article Next Article Employers are being urged to extend lunch hours during the Christmas periodin a bid to improve staff loyalty and retention in a tightening labour market. A survey, by Amazon.co.uk, exclusive to Personnel Today, shows over half ofoffice employees take up to half an hour extra for their lunch breaks inNovember and December to get their Christmas shopping done. Only 12 per cent of employers award time off in the run up to Christmas. Four out of 10 office staff take up to an hour extra at lunch time, withonly 6 per cent squeezing gift buying into their set break. Almost a third of employees have said they were stuck in traffic or on atube to explain their extended lunch times. A third of the 1,000 office staff polled admit they sneak out in theafternoon or leave early from work to do Christmas shopping. Eight out of 10 believe organisations should designate specific time forChristmas shopping. Business psychologist Marie Mosely said, “An additional hour to doChristmas shopping is likely to be motivational and will help contribute to ahappier working environment, which ultimately impacts positively on the bottomline.” Firms urged to extend festive spirit to lunchOn 13 Nov 2001 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed.
Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Conferences are brain-cell massacresOn 18 May 2004 in Personnel Today Today, I am going to betray the profession – the top part, at any rate. Allthose people who wander off to exotic locations (Harrogate, for example) totake part in the learning sham that is HR conferencing. Yes – I am putting the‘con’ into conference. Let’s be clear; it’s not the organisers, the speakers or even the locales Iam having a go at. It’s HR, for daring to claim that this is a learningexercise, rather than a great excuse to hammer the expense account. Conferences are not about brain stimulation, they’re about brain-cellmassacre, as another glass of wine tips the scales and leads you to thatinevitable conclusion just around midnight: “I can dance – watch me!”One speaker at a conference I recently attended, at the end of his tetherdespite the enormous salary he was getting, said: “This is good advice,but I guarantee you won’t do anything about it.” Not that he cared. HR’sinaction meant he could use the same line on the conference circuit year in andyear out. And people thought he was joking…The thing is, you are way to busy to actually do any of this new stuff youpick up at conferences. You’re bogged down already; if you come back trying tobehave like Superman/woman, people are going to laugh at you. Still, you needto get ahead – deal with that ‘big picture’ stuff if you’re going to make itonto the board. So what to do? Should HR slice itself in two, making a clear strategic/admindivide? I’ll leave you to think about that while I dream up ways to justifysome enormous expenses accumulated during my last getaway – sorry, seminar. Hartley is an HR director at large