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    • Andrew Brammer - Cartwright King

Crime specialist Andrew Hopkin heads Browne Jacobson LLP’s ‘absolutely first-class’ practice. Hopkin recently acted for the Nottinghamshire and City of Nottingham Fire Authority on a fire safety dispute. Other key individuals include Stephanie McGarry and Carl May-Smith.

Cartwright King’s ‘highly responsive and extremely professional’ team routinely acts for clients from the social housing, care home, construction, gambling, and hotel and leisure sectors. Highlights included assisting clients on accident investigations, corporate manslaughter, breaches of health and safety regulations, and gross negligence manslaughter. Andrew Brammer, Sarbjit Bisla and Sundeep Soor are the names to note.

Howes Percival LLP continues to act for clients in contentious and non-contentious health and safety matters and is particularly noted for its strength in the healthcare and domiciliary care sector. The team is headed by Alan Millband.

Weightmans LLP’s ‘strong, reliable and capable’ team has established a clear specialisation in representing clients in health and safety trials and investigations brought by public authorities such as the police and the Health and Safety Executive. Key clients include the Staffordshire County Council and the Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service. Chris Green is the key contact.

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  • Companies should plan now to minimise their pension protection levy

    The amount that pension schemes have to pay to the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) for the year 2006/07 may have increased by as much as five times the previous year's levy. Employers who ultimately bear the cost of many pension schemes will need to make plans now to ensure the levy payable for the year 2008/09 is kept to a minimum.
    - Stephenson Harwood

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