If you face a regulatory enforcement investigation or prosecution by a local authority fire service then contact us. The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 introduced far reaching changes to the management and assessment of fire risk and consequent enforcement decisions.
You will need expert advice from a criminal law solicitor and our experience has shown that the sooner we are involved the better the outcome. We have an outstanding reputation built on skill, determination and success and our Business Crime and Regulatory Enforcement Team has experience across the whole range of advice and representation services. We act for individuals and businesses who are under investigation or who already face prosecution. Our aim is to minimise the impact on you commercially and personally.
We have vast experience in dealing with regulatory prosecutions and investigations and we can advise on dealing with the interview process and, if necessary, representation at court. In a regulatory environment in which you can no longer rely on a fire certificate to guarantee compliance and avoid prosecution we can advise on the extent and implications of alleged breaches of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
You will find that we are approachable, understanding, sympathetic and practical in the advice that we give. Please telephone or complete the enquiry form.
We are unable to act for defendants in prosecutions brought by Suffolk Fire and Rescue.
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