The Annual Regulatory Crime Seminar
The Criminal Regulatory Group of 2 Hare Court are pleased to hosting The Annual Regulatory Crime Seminar in Manchester.
This year we will focus on the offence of gross negligence manslaughter including talks on the forthcoming Guideline and issues raised in the consultation, the implications of the Judgment in R v Rose for health and safety offences and a case study. Jonathan Laidlaw QC will also be presenting a cross-examination masterclass.
Date: 5th October 2017
Timings: 2pm-5pm (followed by Drinks & Canapés)
Venue: Hilton Manchester Deansgate (Drinks & Canapés at Hitlon’s Cloud 23)
The seminar is worth 3 Accredited CPD Points
Jonathan Rees QC: “R v Honey Rose: the consequences of the failure to act”
Chris Gillespie: “The implications of R v Honey Rose for health and safety cases”
James Buchanan: “Wortley: a case study”
Alexandra Tampakopolous: “Inquests and Inquiries: the difference in scope”
Jonathan Laidlaw QC: “Cross-examining expert witnesses: a masterclass”
Michael Hayton QC: “Gross negligence manslaughter: the Sentencing Council’s Proposed Guidelines and the HSLA’s response”
If you are booking on behalf of a colleague please include their work email address and basic contact details