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16th Jun 2020News

2 Hare Court Criminal Regulatory Newsletter

  Welcome to the Summer edition of the 2 Hare Court Criminal Regulatory Newsletter.   Alex Tampakopoulos Editor.   A note from the Editor  It will come as no surprise that the impact and response to the Covid 19 pandemic dominates this edition, as it will both our personal and professional lives for some significant […]

2nd Mar 2020News

Grenfell Tower Inquiry hearings resume

Public Hearings have resumed in the Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry. The Inquiry is now in it’s second phase which will focus upon the refurbishment of the tower, including the building and cladding work carried out from 2012 to 2016 and the aftermath of the fire. Members of chambers are instructed on behalf of a number […]

20th Feb 2020News

Professional Discipline Group Newsletter

Welcome to the first 2 Hare Court Professional Discipline newsletter of 2020! Paul Renteurs looks at the unsual case of Bramhall and considers whether a warning given for misconduct can be properly set aside, and a case referred for a full hearing, when the same conduct subsequently results in a conviction. Vivienne Tanchel examines the […]

10th Dec 2018News

Regulatory Crime Winter Newsletter

Welcome to the Winter issue of 2 Hare Court’s Criminal Regulatory Newsletter. In this issue: Regulation 5 of the Food Information Regulations and how they are applied by large food retail companies recently came under significant scrutiny in the inquest into the tragic death of 15 year old Natasha Ednan-Laperouse. Paul Renteurs, an instructed advocate […]

20th Jul 2018News

Paul Renteurs Acts for The FA in Regulatory Proceedings Brought Against Ex West Ham Recruitment Director Tony Henry Over Comments Regarding African Players

Paul Renteurs represented the Football Association in proceedings brought before the Regulatory Commission of the FA against former Head of Recruitment at West Ham United, Tony Henry. Mr Henry admitted charges that alleged using improper, insulting and/or abusive words which amounted to an ‘aggravated breach’ of FA Rules, including, as they did, references to ethnic […]

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