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7 Harrington Street’s regulatory practice prosecutes and defends across a range of health and safety cases, including corporate manslaughter trials and breaches of regulations. Ian Unsworth QC has particular expertise in representing companies and individuals from the field of professional sport.

Recent work for practitioners at Deans Court Chambers includes medical and police misconduct cases and fatalities at work. Iain Simkin joined from St John's Buildings and Ros Scott Bell joined from Trinity Chambers in 2017 and 2018 respectively.

Members of Exchange Chambers frequently act for the HSE, as well as companies, local authorities and professionals, across a wide spectrum of health and safety matters. Recent instructions include fatal accidents at work.

Kings Chambers’ regulatory practice has notable strength in licensing matters, including, but not limited to, alcohol and premises licensing, taxi licensing matters and zoo licensing issues. In an example of the latter, Ben Williams recently acted in a case concerning the application for a new licence for South Lakes Safari Zoo following investigations into high-profile health and safety breaches at the zoo.

Lincoln House Chambers’ regulatory group has β€˜strength in depth’, with members active across a wide range of health and safety matters. The set reports an uptick in professional disciplinary work involving medical professions and the police.

Oriel Chambers houses Graham Wells, who is well versed in handling instructions involving police disciplinary proceedings.

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