Business Regulation

Giving you peace of mind…

When your business is faced with life’s unforeseeable events help is at hand from someone

you can trust and who has been there before.

Our team is dedicated to advising and supporting our clients, in order to protect their business and reputation. As an employer you owe a duty of care to protect the health and safety of your staff and customers. Our team of business regulation specialists offers unrivalled expertise and strategic legal advice in all areas of corporate defence including Health & Safety, Corporate Manslaughter, Director Liability, Product Liability and Bribery Allegations.

Acknowledged by clients as a market leader, providing an “exceptional and unrivalled service”, we can assist with the daunting task of dealing with legal requirements such as carrying out risks assessments relating to health and safety, dealing with food safety issues, advising on fire safety regulations and any other regulatory issues which operators may come up against.

We also understand the importance of knowing where liability lies for and the need for vigilance when this is not always clear (whether on the part of landlord or tenants) – such as in pub play areas or pub gardens.

Our team also has experience in delivering training sessions for clients in the industry in areas such as handling a criminal investigation, individual manager liability, interviews under caution and corporate manslaughter issues, to name but a few.

Ways we can help you…

  • Health and Safety issues, from carrying out risk assessments to preventing fatal accidents
  • Noise and Nuisance regulations
  • Fire Safety Regulations
  • Dealing with bribery allegations
  • Guiding you through Police, Health & Safety Executive, Local Authority and Central Government investigations
  • Advising on internal investigations
  • Training and crisis management
  • Asbestos regulations
  • Dealing with PR and media

Paul Burnley | Partner


Call: +44 (0) 345 017 8381 | Email Paul | View bio

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