Regulation extends itself to all areas of industry, and it is of growing concern to companies and organisations of all shapes and sizes. It is important to consult expert regulatory lawyers at the earliest stages of investigation to protect your business and its reputation.
We are ranked in Chambers & Partners UK (Band 1) and the Legal 500 as a leading firm for crime, fraud and licensing. We are available 7 days a week; if you would like to discuss your case and obtaining legal representation then speak with one of the team free of charge today by calling 0203 814 2020, or by emailing us on email@example.com
Our London-based Regulatory Advice and Defence team has developed excellent links with leading barristers rated in the Chambers UK Guide for Regulatory Law and other renowned industry experts.
Our lawyers are on hand to provide a dynamic defence service in the event of enforcement action. We provide robust advice from the point of notification and will help you prepare tactically for interviews under caution. Should prosecution follow, we will act swiftly to ensure that all the appropriate steps are taken on your behalf.
We advise on and defend a whole range of cases, including investigations by:-
- Local authorities
- Trading standards
- Health and Safety Executive
- Environment agency
- Department for Business Innovation & Skills (BIS)
- Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
- General Medical Council (GMC)
- Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
- General Dental Council (GDC)
- Sports investigations
We can offer to individuals or businesses under investigation immediate and discreet assistance at any stage in proceedings. Our team will work with you in devising a pro-active strategy to discourage prosecution and to minimise damage to the reputation of your business or organisation.
We strive to deliver the highest-quality legal advice to professionals, and at affordable hourly rates. We are always happy to discuss your financial circumstances and can tailor a competitive package that works for you or your business.