Safeguarding Your Rights in Regulatory Proceedings
We provide guidance to individuals and organisations through the entire process of an investigation or prosecution by UK regulators. Our expertise in regulatory enforcement ensures that we maintain a proactive dialogue with the investigating authorities, safeguarding the interests of our clients at each stage of the procedure.
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Protecting Your Business, Preserving Your Reputation

Our experienced regulatory team offer comprehensive guidance and support to directors, employees, independent contractors and businesses navigating the complexities of UK regulatory compliance.

Our track record includes successfully advising and defending clients in regulatory prosecutions and investigations initiated by various agencies, including the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), Environment Agency, Health and Safety Executive (HSE), Trading Standards, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Financial Reporting Council (FRC), and more.

Staying compliant in an increasingly changeable environment is challenging and we will help you manage any impending crisis and control the impact around you. Early advice is crucial to help clients protect themselves, their businesses and their employees.

Our regulatory team is ready to offer expert legal guidance for various challenges, including corporate manslaughter, workplace safety, data protection, environmental regulations (pollution, contamination and unlawful disposal), food safety, Director Disqualification, Trading Standards and copyright offences.

With our understanding of regulatory matters and a proactive stance towards defence strategies, we aim to protect your reputation and business interests.

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Criminal Litigation, Regulatory
Firearms control in the UK is amongst the most stringent in the world with the result that offences involving firearms represent a small proportion of all criminal offences. The purchase, acquisition or possession of a firearm and ammunition, is managed by the issue of a certificate to an individual who has an acceptable reason to […]
Health & Safety, Regulatory
A manufacturing company in Hull was recently fined £366,500 and ordered to pay £7,325.82 in costs for breaching section 2(1) of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (‘the Act’) following the tragic death of one of its employees. Mohammed Ahmed of KANGS briefly outlines the circumstances of this case and the requirements of […]
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (‘ICAEW’) is a professional membership organisation which promotes, develops, and supports chartered accountants and students. To become an ICAEW Chartered Accountant, the ACA qualification is required which encompasses professional development, ethics and professional scepticism, accountancy, finance and business modules and practical work experience. ICAEW strives to […]

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