Kevin Barrow is a Case Manager in our Professional Regulatory team.
Main area of practice
Health and Safety: Kevin regularly acts on behalf of prosecutors in relation to the prosecution of corporate and individual clients for health and safety offences. This involves preparation of cases ahead of sentencing and trials. Kevin has also advised corporate and individual defendants.
Professional Regulatory: Kevin represents a variety of healthcare professionals including counsellors, therapists and chiropractors in defending complaints made against them to their professional regulator.
Kevin graduated from Southampton University in 2007 and completed his Legal Practice Course in 2008 at Swansea University. Kevin joined Blake Morgan in 2008 in the insurance department before moving to the Regulatory team in 2011.
Food Law: Kevin advises clients on compliance in relation to a range of food regulations including advice on food labelling, packaging, advertising and health / nutrition claims and acting for clients in food safety prosecutions.
Criminal/Regulatory: Kevin also conducts and manages criminal and regulatory cases such as investigations and prosecutions by statutory agencies, such as the Care Quality Commission and Trading Standards.
Kevin has conducted fitness to practise investigations involving nurses, midwives and social workers in relation to allegations of misconduct and a lack of competence arising from a range of sensitive and high profile matters.
Clinical negligence: Kevin assists the clinical negligence team which defends clinical and dental negligence claims brought by patients and their families against members of a medical defence organisation
Insights by Kevin
Undercharging an allegation can result in issues further down the line, which Kevin Barrow looks at in more detail in this article.Read More
A vote is taking place in the European Parliament this week (week commencing 19 Oct) on the regulation establishing a Common Organisation of the Markets (CMOs) in agricultural products (2018/0218...Read More
A recent article by Which? reported that almost 50% of the cheap Christmas tree lights they bought from online marketplaces were found to be unsafe, including lights which could cause...Read More