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

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Albion Chambers’ regulatory group is active in cases involving health and safety matters (including consumer protection), trading standards breaches and police misconduct proceedings. In 2018 David Sapiecha joined from Colleton Chambers.

Thomas Bradnock at Colleton Chambers acts for local authorities, utility companies and individuals in cases involving environmental crime and trading standards breaches. In 2018 David Sapiecha moved to Albion Chambers.

Guildhall Chambers’ regulatory team has β€˜strength in depth’, with notable expertise in health and safety matters and sports regulatory cases; with regards to the latter, Christopher Quinlan QC acted as chair of the disciplinary commission in the high-profile FA v Joey Barton case concerning Barton’s breach of the FA’s gambling rules.

Members of Old Square Chambers have expertise in disciplinary proceedings involving doctors as well as health and safety cases involving serious and/or fatal injuries at work.

Recent work for Pump Court Chambers’ regulatory team includes cases involving breaches of health and safety law such as serious and/or fatal injuries in the workplace.

Queen Square Chambers houses Oliver Willmott, who is well known for his niche expertise in maritime health and safety matters; environmental pollution cases also feature in his workload.

The regulatory team at St John's Chambers is active in cases involving breaches of health and safety law, licensing disputes and fatal accidents. Licensing expert Prof. Roy Light represents a broad spectrum of clients, from international corporations and arts/entertainment venues to restaurants and taxi operators. Simon Morgan is noted for his experience in health and safety cases.

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