Advising Regulators

Advising Regulators

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Members of Chambers offer advice, assistance and representation to regulators. Members accept instructions from ‘designated regulators’ as defined by Schedule 5 of the Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008.

Demands on regulators can be significant; while Parts 2 and 3 of the 2008 Act show that regulatory law is gradually coming to be treated by the law as a distinct sector, this has not reduced the complexity and evolving nature of regulatory law.  Advice and representation can be provided to regulatory public bodies on the myriad of legal issues they have to deal with, including when their decisions are challenged and scrutinised in judicial review proceedings. 

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