Regulatory Prosecutions

Regulatory Law is one of our specialties in the Criminal and Civil Litigation departments. We do appear before criminal courts and other regulatory tribunals around the country.

What work is involved?

We assist organisations and directors in dealing with enquiries, prosecutions and litigation arising from investigations by:- Technical Regulators such as Health and Safety Executive, Environment Agency and Trading Standards; Financial regulation, business crime and tax fraud which involves liaison with the Police, HM Customs & Excise and the Inland Revenue. This is a fluid area of law and we offer advice to organisations on how best to comply with the regulations imposed upon them by these bodies. Relevant regulations include food and product safety; health and safety; environmental law; consumer protection and competition law.

We also have a strong Commercial Department who can provide assistance to business clients so that we are able to offer a seamless service.

Our Values

Whether the problems are big or small and whether it is a large corporation or a single member company, we offer a professional, friendly and value for money service, making sure we understand the needs and concerns of our clients and we are committed to achieving the best result possible.

Why not read one of our Success Stories and then give one of our specialist solicitors a call today.

Contact Us

If you would like to receive any more information or ask us a question about these or any other matters fill in our Online Form and we will get back to you within 24 hours .

However, if you prefer you can telephone Simon Hale at our Beeston office on 0115 922 1591 (mon-fri)

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