Ben Williams is a member of both the employment and the regulatory/disciplinary teams.
- All aspects of regulatory law and practice
- All forms of licensing law (particularly the Licensing Act 2003)
- Inquests and inquiries
- Professional disciplinary matters
- Public law challenges
Williams’ practice has a strong emphasis on regulatory law and procedure with a particular expertise in road transport and associated regulation. Increasingly he is asked to advise at an early stage of investigation as well as delivering specialist advice on best practice within varied regulatory fields. He regularly prosecutes and defends health and safety and trading standards matters throughout the country, and is experienced in abatement notices including statutory appeals against such notices. Williams has a keen interest in Coroner’s Court inquests and licensing matters including public transport licensing and public entertainment licensing. He has also represented a number of professionals before their regulating bodies in the context of disciplinary proceedings. These have included: police officers, medical practitioners, accountants and a number of different sportsmen.
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