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Consistently ranked as national leaders in this field, within the legal directories, we are praised for our focus on risk analysis and commercial understanding. New Sentencing Guidelines shake up the regulatory landscape Changes to corporate manslaughter, health and safety and food safety sentencing are now in force.
New Sentencing Guidelines shake up the regulatory landscape Changes to corporate manslaughter, health and safety and food safety sentencing are now in force. Learn more about how these changes impact you by viewing our sentencing guidelines webinar.
An electrican was sentenced last week to a total of seven (7) years imprisonment for manslaughter and perjury. He will be eligble for parole after two (2) years.
Whirlpool UK Appliances Ltd successful as Court of Appeal reduces £700,000 fine for contractor fatality to £300,000. We take a closer look at the important points arising from this case.