Mills & Reeve has over 30 years of experience in helping their clients navigate the many and fast-changing regulations affecting all businesses, whether public or private, UK or overseas.
With five partners, one consultant and 12 other lawyers on the team, as well as access to over 150 other litigators, they have the experience, expertise and resources to ensure that you get the attention and advice your business requires.
Through solid, pragmatic advice they will help you to avoid action being taken against you. If not, they have experienced advocates able to appear in court on your behalf and ensure that any penalties imposed are minimal.
The team can also help you prepare if you are called to a PACE interview, including preparing all written materials and attending with you if required, so you have all the assistance to allow you to face any difficult questions that may arise.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Successfully defending clients against offences including death by dangerous driving in relation to the use of an agricultural trailer
- Prosecuting unregistered services on behalf of a national regulator
- Representing clients during GMC investigations
- Advising NHS foundation trusts in regards to critical reports
- Providing individual regulatory advice
- Working within complex EU regulations
Clients include CQC, Cambridge Ski Safety Limited, numerous higher education and further education institutions, several landed estates in the East of England and a major provider in the independent health sector.
‘Ian Mayers and Duncan Astill are highly regarded for their practical and specialist advice.’ — Legal 500
Contact Ian Mayers for more information.
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