What Services do we Provide?
With our knowledge and extensive experience, we can guide you through these issues:
- Violating environmental regulations – Numerous environmental laws have been in effect over recent decades. Failure to adhere to them will result in serious penalties. Generally, this legislation includes noise, factory emissions and waste management.
- Violating food hygiene offences – High standards of hygiene need to be observed while preparing and serving food. In general, the food delivered should not be harmful to consumers.
- HMRC tax and accounting fraud cases – An accountant can intentionally manipulate your financial statements. That can happen in an effort to inflate the value of the stock, get better funding or stop debt bonds. It’s important to ensure all of your sales, income, expenditures and revenue records are accurately and properly represented.
- Violating health and safety codes – Companies are required to set out policies that protect the health and safety of their workers. Failure to do this can result in penalties for the business.
- Managing risk
- Violating trading standards – It is expected that UK businesses will track public health, tackle underage trafficking, check weights and measurements and combat illicit trade among others standards that form the principles of trading. Because of these regulations, many businesses suffer severe setbacks, particularly because they can be easily violated through negligence.
- Managing agricultural and commercial property – If you own a commercial property and plan to purchase, sell, extend or alter its intent, consult us first. Otherwise, you can unknowingly violate a particular industry’s regulations. Consult Redkite solicitors for legal advice if you wish to produce renewable energy on the property.
- Corporate and commercial – All businesses are regulated by a collection of health and safety laws, business waste and guidelines on how to run your company. Corporate and exchange laws also govern how you handle your workers. Violations of these regulations are very serious and normally involve criminal proceedings. These cases will affect the tendering ability for public sector contracts.
- Corporate and regulatory defence – Our corporate and regulatory defence team will work with you to ensure that in all situations, the best possible outcomes are achieved. Since we have worked on several similar cases before, we are sure that we will resolve your case in a satisfactory manner.
- Dispute resolution – Employees and other parties should file certain cases of regulatory infringement. Such disputes may also be settled by quick dispute resolution and this would typically be a safer choice for all interested parties. Settling a case, as a company, without engaging the courts would save your public reputation and potentially save you time in prison and hefty fines. Hiring a regulatory defence solicitor is one of the easiest ways to resolve company disputes. When you work with us, we will help you to secure the best deal, because we have a deep understanding of regulatory law.
- Employment and HR – The duties of the HR department have also been regulated. Employees must be recruited and employed according to these regulations. Listening to critical cases within the organisation is also important, failure to do so can result in neglect. It can be a little difficult to keeping up to date with HR regulations. Redkite Solicitors will help you get through regulatory cases.
We have worked with businesses of all forms and sizes, all over the UK. You can rely on Red Kite Solicitors, Stonehouse, to get you through the inquiry. Our team will give you peace of mind as we handle the case, allowing you to carry on with your daily business activities. Members of our team will put together a strong defence that will help you recover from the allegations quickly. In the past, we have worked with individuals and companies and managed to achieve fair agreements for them all.
You can visit our office on the high street, or we can come to you to discuss your case. Call 01453 825 1551 or complete our online enquiry form.