Recently a large company came to Regan Peggs Solicitors seeking legal advice in a regulatory matter. Learn about how Regan Peggs Solicitors were able to help the company.
BUSINESS REGULATION LAWYERS
When it comes to business, your reputation is your greatest asset. An investigation or prosecution by a regulator can seriously damage that asset. Legal proceedings can also potentially lead to a fine or even a criminal conviction.
Our team of specialist business lawyers can help you to protect you and your business. We offer swift, reliable and robust legal advice and advocacy across a wide range of regulatory business areas, including health and safety, environment, trading standards, food safety and fraud.
In many cases, we can help you to avoid the risk and expense of a court case altogether. If you do end up in court, unlike other solicitors we won’t hand you over to a stranger to represent you: from start to finish, you’ll deal directly with us.
If your business has an insurance policy that covers legal expenses, we may be able to work with your insurers to keep the costs down for you.
Articles for businesses
Got a specific question about legal services for businesses? Browse our selection of useful articles below, or get in touch if you can’t find what you’re looking for – we’re always happy to discuss your case, and will either help you directly or refer you to someone who can.
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A guide to health and safety safety investigations for businesses - what happens during an investigation, and how can you protect your reputation?
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