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  1. Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing – Leading silks
  2. Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing – Leading juniors

Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing – Leading silks

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    • Paul Greaney QC - New Park Court ChambersHighly recommended for complex health and safety prosecution work.
    • Samuel Green QC - St Paul's ChambersVery experienced in representing healthcare professionals in disciplinary work.
    • John Harrison QC - St Paul's ChambersVery well known for his expertise in health and safety matters.
    • Jason Pitter QC - New Park Court ChambersHe provides extremely thorough advice.

Regulatory, health and safety, and licensing – Leading juniors

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Exchange Chambers’ regulatory practice spans professional discipline and health and safety matters. Paul Kirtley has particular experience representing the police, athletes and medical professionals in regulatory cases.

KBW houses ‘an excellent police law team’, which has extensive experience in handling inquests arising from deaths in police custody and disciplinary matters (including misconduct hearings). Members of the set recently acted in a disciplinary case concerning a police officer’s handling of a child exploitation enquiry.

New Park Court Chambers’ regulatory practice has an excellent reputation for handling police disciplinary work, as well as acting for the General Medical Council (GMC) and the Royal College of Nursing in cases involving doctors’ and nurses’ professional misconduct.

Recent work for members of Park Square Barristers’ regulatory team includes work health and safety breaches and food safety matters. Howard Shaw has a niche practice in prosecuting in hygiene and animal welfare offences in slaughterhouses.

St Paul's Chambers’ regulatory team has solid experience in handling healthcare regulatory and disciplinary cases, alongside financial services and environmental regulatory matters.

Trinity Chambers houses Charles Holland, who is very well known for his expertise in licensing matters and recently appeared in the high-profile Uber London v Transport for London case. In 2018 Ros Scott Bell moved to Deans Court Chambers.

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