Expert regulatory lawyers
Defending your reputation and ability to practise
At Blake Morgan, our Regulatory Law team recognises that as a dedicated professional an investigation into your conduct or competence is a stressful and challenging time. Your ability to practise and the safeguarding of your reputation is at stake.
Access to experienced, expert and understanding regulatory solicitors will provide you with reassurance and support through each stage of what can be a daunting and drawn-out process.
Our dedicated regulatory solicitors and barristers come from a mix of criminal and civil law backgrounds. They have represented professionals facing disciplinary proceedings in a number of different sectors.
You can count on our expert regulatory lawyers to protect your interests and defend your reputation.
Main Areas Of Practice
Our Regulatory Law team has a long established reputation for securing successful outcomes for professionals faced with a range of challenging circumstances:
Responding to an initial complaint or concern
If a complaint or concern has been raised about your professional conduct or performance our regulatory lawyers will provide clear, straightforward advice including the likely outcome of any disciplinary proceedings and the potential sanctions that can be imposed if you admit or are found to be in breach of regulatory standards.
Achieving resolution of proceedings without a hearing
We are experienced in dealing with sensitive and vulnerable witnesses, and in obtaining witness statements and other valuable defence evidence that is admissible in Court and disciplinary proceedings and can be used in support of your case.
Representation at regulatory tribunals
We have a dedicated team of regulatory solicitors and barristers who have undertaken hundreds of regulatory hearings. They can guide you through the process and provide expert advocacy support at the hearing.
Our Regulatory Law team acts for professionals across a wide range of industries and sectors. Our regulatory solicitors manage and advise in relation to allegations of misconduct (including dishonesty) and fraud, lack of competence/deficient professional performance, adverse mental and/or physical health conditions and investigations arising from convictions.
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