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The case is unusual because of the successful prosecution of a company director who admitted the company’s health and safety failings were attributable to his negligence.
Fiona Scolding, John McKendrick, Nicholas Hill and Katarina Sydow recently attended the Financial Conduct Authority at the invitation of the General Counsel’s Division to provide a Judicial Review seminar to more than 30 lawyers from the FCA, Bank of England and PRA.
A company director has been sentenced to three months’ imprisonment suspended for 12 months for health and safety offences.
She will discuss ‘Brussels revisited: the new judgments regulation: what you need to know’ and ‘Unidentified driver accidents in the EU: some answers and some questions’.
Outer Temple Chamber’s Tim Green has advised a group of retail investors in their challenge to a refusal by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
The Legal 500 has recommended Outer Temple Chambers as a top-tier set in business and regulatory crime.
Outer Temple Chambers has been instructed by the Environment Agency in an enforcement action taken against three companies, their directors and managers.
The government has issued a consultation along with draft regulations on how it intends to implement the EU directive ratified in April 2014 to update and modernise procurement rules.
Ben Compton QC from Outer Temple Chambers has been acting for Beko in relation to the fridge-freezer fires that led to the Santosh Muthiah inquest.
Outer Temple Chambers has welcomed Tim Green, a specialist regulatory barrister, to its commercial team.
On 18 June, Outer Temple Chambers hosted a roundtable forum of experts to discuss the Treasury’s consultation paper on enforcement decision making.
In early May 2014, three Chambers directors and 15 Outer Temple barristers visited Dubai to strengthen and reaffirm their commitment to working in the region.
Outer Temple Chambers has welcomed Matthew McDonagh, who joins the firm’s health department from 23 Essex Street.
Gerard McDermott QC of Outer Temple Chambers has acted as leading counsel for the claimants in a significant cross-border case.
John McKendrick of Outer Temple Chambers has successfully acted for EDI in the case of DCAS Business School v EDI Plc.