Have you been accused of a regulatory offence, or is your business being investigated? If you are found guilty, the consequences for you and your livelihood can be severe. Whatever the nature of your individual case, it is urgent that you contact an experienced legal team as soon as possible to start working on your case. Our expert solicitors will do all they can to can help to ensure the best possible outcome. Call the team at Lawtons today on 0333 577 0522.
What Lawtons can do for you
Cases involving regulatory offences are complex and can often involve the gathering of significant amounts of evidence. In a case like this, it is crucial to instruct specialised solicitors who have extensive experience in defending complicated regulatory offences. We will examine all aspects of your case thoroughly and methodically in order to ensure we can build a robust defence and ensure the very best outcome possible.
Whether you or your organisation is facing an allegation of a regulatory offence, contact the team at Lawtons for essential legal advice. Our team of specialist solicitors will advise you throughout the whole process of the case and, if necessary, guide you on how court proceedings will work.
What cases Lawtons can represent
At Lawtons, our meticulous and widely experienced legal team can represent you with regards to a number of offences that come under the category of regulatory. These include:
Being accused of a regulatory offence can be particularly distressing if it tarnishes the reputation of your business. The laws around regulatory offences such as fire safety and health and safety offences are constantly changing, and our specialist team can help you to make sense of it.
All regulatory offence cases are unique. If you need expert legal advice on your individual case, contact us to see how we can help.
What’s the most serious type of regulatory offence?
All types of regulatory offences, from fire safety breaches to tax offences, can be considered extremely serious. Depending on the specifics and severity of the case, any of the offences listed above can lead to a term of imprisonment in the event of a guilty verdict.
Can my business be closed down for regulatory offences?
Yes. Bodies such as Trading Standards do not have the authority to close down a business, but if a court order is secured in relation to any regulatory offence then it is possible for your business to be closed down.
What offences does HMRC cover?
Not only do tax offences come under the remit of HMRC, but state support payments, fraud and regulatory regimes including the minimum wage are also in this category.