Government agencies are taking an increasingly tough stance on businesses who fail to comply with the ever more complex rules and regulations laid down for their specific industry. The levels of fines for those who fall foul are on the rise, and the penalties directed at any individuals for similar breaches can be life changing.
Regulatory law is a very technically complex area, and requires lawyers with specialist knowledge as well as the ability to successfully navigate the numerous rules and regulations relevant, in order to ensure that you receive exactly the right advice. At Reeds, our advocates have the skills needed to help with an array of regulatory issues. We can help you and your business with advice and representation as a result of enquiries or prosecution from a range of Government agencies including:-
- Local Authorities
- Environment Agency (EA)
- Trading Standards
- Department for Business Innovation & Skills (BIS)
- Health & Safety Executive (HSE)
- Food Standards Agency (FSA)
Our advocates adopt a proactive and client-focused approach to all cases. We understand the reputational and financial issues at stake, and act swiftly and discretely to protect your interests, and to help you navigate this notoriously complex legal area.
Seeking the right legal advice is equally as important if you are a fellow professional who has been accused of failings within the workplace, where getting the right advice quickly can really make a difference to your livelihood. Our members of Chambers can provide robust advice and assistance, as well as representation at hearings to those facing allegations by various regulators including:-
- General Medical Council (GMC)
- Nursing & Midwifery Council
- National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL)
- Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
- Financial Reporting Council (FRC)
Through Chambers, you can access a range of services giving you access to representation or simply stand-alone advice. The expertise available covers all aspects of regulation and professional discipline, and is always administered with the utmost discretion. To find out more, contact a member of Chambers; or to make an online enquiry, click here and a member of Chambers will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
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