Presentation 1 – Fire safety – Post Grenfell
Presentation 2 – Entertainment / Alcohol Licensing – What’s new?
Presentation 3 – Coroner’s inquests – what’s in it for me?
Presentation 4 – Sentencing and what does it really mean?
Presentation 5 – Regulatory smorgasbord – topical round up of cases, developments and issues to watch out for
Presentation 6 – Insurers – what can they make you and what can they not make you do?!
Woods Whur’s Regulatory Team would like to invite you to its latest regulatory seminar on 25 September 2019 from 9:00am until 12 noon at Gateshead College’s impressive seminar space.
Woods Whur’s niche specialist regulatory lawyers will be delivering a topical round up on a variety of regulatory matters from food, fire, health & safety to environmental, coronial law and entertainment licensing. We do hope that you can join us for what promises to be a useful series of presentations on the ever changing world of regulatory compliance, investigation and enforcement.
The speakers will be James Thompson, the Head of Regulatory Department, who has over 20 years’ experience acting for clients, subject to regulatory investigation and prosecution. He also has many years’ experience from the police service. James also sits as a Coroner for County Durham.
Along with James, Andy Woods will also be speaking. Andy is a nationally acknowledged expert in licensing & gaming law will be speaking on topical issues affecting those operating in that sector. Andy has specialised in licensing for over 25 years and has higher rights of audience which allows him to represent his clients in all UK courts concerned with any proceedings. Andy has received commendations for his skill in running large projects in the betting and gaming sector. He acts for international, national and individual operators concerned with both alcohol and gambling licensing.
Sarah Frow from within the Regulatory team will also be speaking alongside James and Andy. Sarah is a regulatory and licensing lawyer and assists business clients facing investigations and prosecutions by the police, the Health and Safety Executive, the Care Quality Commission, the Gambling Commission, Food Standards Agency and other regulatory bodies. As well as criminal proceedings, Sarah advises clients regarding inquests and public inquiries.
If you can join us, please contact Sarah Griffiths, our Seminar Co-Ordinator, on firstname.lastname@example.org who can confirm your place/places and send you joining instructions.
We look forward to seeing you on 25 September 2019.