Are you being accused of breaking regulations at work?
Have you been accused of breaking the regulations in your job?
Nurses and midwives, doctors, dentists and vets, local authority employees, company employees. All are subject to special regulations, and often suffer special disciplinary tribunals when they are accused of breaking the rules.
Regulatory compliance is always a challenge whatever your business. We are subject to ever changing financial regulations, health and safety regulations, employment regulations, construction design and management regulations and more.
Actions for regulatory breach are on the increase
We are faced with ever increasing levels of action being taken against businesses and individuals in what has grown to be a minefield of regulatory compliance rules, directives and legislation from both the UK and EU.
Have you broken the rules?
Maybe you are concerned that you have breached regulations, or perhaps you have been made aware that action is to be taken against you. This can be an enquiry or an impending prosecution. If this is so, it is essential for you to get solid, quality advice and to get it quickly.
Talking to a specialist barrister
My best advice to you is that you take action now. By contacting an experienced regulatory barrister you will have an expert on your side. They will study the details of your case and then give you the best advise on how you can defend yourself as well as protect your business.
By contacting a barrister direct, you will have the help that you need within hours. You will also avoid any extra delays expense that can be incurred when being referred by a solicitor.
You can email or call Stewart Patterson for this. As an experienced barrister of long standing, he has a tremendous depth of knowledge in regulatory issues.
The process is easy and fast to do. You will be confident that you are dealing with a specialist from the very start. You can make your initial enquiry by phone or email. After that all work is carried out on a fixed cost basis, so you will always know exactly where you stand.
‘Who should’ & ‘How to’ take action
You should make contact straight away if…
- An agency or regulatory body has notified you of prosecution.
- If you have had an unsatisfactory visit from an inspector.
- If a regulator is making unreasonable demands.
- If you want to reduce the risks of future actions.