Regulatory Crime Newsletter
Welcome to a Special Edition of 2 Hare Court’s Regulatory Crime Newsletter.
Our Criminal Regulatory team held its annual Health & Safety seminar in Manchester at the beginning of the month on the latest issues concerning practitioners in the field. Our thanks to all for attending and making the event such a great success.
We would also like to express our gratitude to all of those who acted as referees for the 2017/18 editions of both legal directories. Whilst we eagerly await the result for Chambers & Partners, we would like to thank those of you who took the time to provide feedback for The Legal 500, ensuring that we were ranked as a ‘Leading Set’ for Health & Safety for the 2nd year in a row.
This special edition of the newsletter contains some of our speakers’ notes from that seminar.
Chris Gillespie examines the recent Court of Appeal case of R v Rose  EWCA Crim 1168 and the issues it raises in relation to gross negligence manslaughter from a Health & Safety perspective.
Michael Hayton QC considers the current Sentencing Council’s draft Guidelines for the offence of Manslaughter and the likely increase in the level of sentencing in Health & Safety cases.
In the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy Alex Tampakopoulos considers the differences in scope between a Public Inquiry and an Inquest.
And finally, Jonathan Laidlaw QC gives a masterclass in cross-examining expert witnesses.
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