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Cornwall Street Chambers’ regulatory team handles cases of food safety, waste regulation and pollution, animal cruelty and professional regulation. A major highlight for the set was its involvement in the long-running Trojan Horse inquiry regarding alleged Islamic radicalisation in some Birmingham schools; Andrew Faux successfully defended two of the five defendants.

Members of Kings Chambers’ Midlands regulatory team handle a variety of licensing applications and disputes involving firearms, street trading, alcohol and entertainment, gambling, taxis, and premises security.

No5 Barristers Chambers has ‘strength at all levels’ in its regulatory practice, and particular expertise in health and safety law, where Bernard Thorogood recently acted for the prosecution in R (HSE) v Merlin Attractions Operations, regarding the highly publicised rollercoaster collision at Alton Towers. Adrian Keeling QC is noted for representing the police in serious misconduct cases.

Ropewalk Chambers houses Jan Alam, who is regularly instructed by medical and healthcare professionals regarding cases of misconduct.

At St Ives Chambers, expertise spans consumer protection, health and safety, animal health, and trading standards matters. Kevin Saunders recently prosecuted a blue-chip company following a death in a care home.

Regulatory counsel at St Philips Chambers prosecute and defend in health and safety cases and licensing matters. Ben Mills recently appeared in the HSE v West Midlands Police case, where a counter-terrorism officer was injured by a machine used to dismantle seized weapons. Barry Berlin was appointed to the circuit bench in 2016.

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