Whatever you think of them, regulatory bodies play a large part in modern business life. Europe or the UK Government seem to churn out more and more regulations seemingly by the day.
Certain business sectors, like charities, farming, food production, financial services and the professions, to name just a few, are particularly heavily regulated but all UK businesses come under the auspices of Trading Standards, the Office of Fair Trading and the Department of Business Enterprise & Regulatory Reform. It is all too easy to slip up and fall foul of the myriad of laws and regulations.
Cousins Business Law solicitors know how to navigate this minefield and represent companies, partnerships and individuals when they find themselves in trouble or in dispute with the regulators. We can help by giving you useful advice or taking on your case and helping at all stages, from drafting representations to the regulators to representing you in a court or tribunal.
|Contact Cousins Business law for advice on:
- Handling disputes with the regulators
- Regulation for your business
- European business regulations
- UK business law
- The Companies Act
- Trading standards
- Office of Fair Trading rules
- BERR rules
- The Consumer Protection Regulations
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