Ian Mayers has specialised in regulatory matters (especially health and safety) for more than 25 years. He assists clients with problems involving the criminal law, but only in a commercial context.
As an experienced advocate, Mayers regularly represents clients in the magistrates’, and county courts, in the High Court and at various tribunals, as well as at inquests. He provides a one-stop service. Statutory regulators also instruct him to represent them in enforcement proceedings.
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