We proactively support clients making applications, and managing their risk, but are also on hand should the worst happen, assisting and representing you in relation to regulatory enforcement action.
In an era of increasing red tape, many industries are facing increasing pressure from their regulators and as a result regulatory compliance is forming a critical part of every business. Corporate entities and individuals need to ensure they comply with regulatory bodies or run the risk of serving penalties and reputational harm.
The regulatory team has extensive experience in advising across a full range of regulated sectors.
Often the key to any regulatory matter is early involvement so that we can properly manage, advise and help clients navigate the process and achieve the best possible outcome. We can provide expert-tailored advice as and when you need it.
Our regulatory team are experts in determining the rules and regulations that apply to you and your organisation, explaining their implications and potential impact on your business and practices.
Our team are able to assist in a full range of regulatory matters and disputes, including making applications, and assisting and representing you in relation to regulatory enforcement action. We can also assist with preparation for and representation at interviews, in courts and tribunals, at inquests and at public inquiries.
Tees works with a range of businesses from large corporations to local businesses and individuals.
If your organisation or you are facing a regulatory matter, our specialist regulatory law experts are on hand to help.
Our regulatory experts can assist organisations and individuals, who find themselves facing regulatory action including:
You’ll find our team of regulatory lawyers easy to talk to. We understand the needs of organisations and individuals and will work hard to meet your objectives.
Give us a call for a free and confidential discussion about how we can help.
Our specialist lawyers are based in:
But we can help you wherever you are in England and Wales.