Nottingham-based law firm Cartwright King has expanded its regulatory department, appointing five solicitors to the nationally-operating team.
Headed by Cartwright King director Andrew Brammer, the department will focus on defending businesses and professionals from regulatory investigations by organisations like the Health and Safety Executive, the Environment Agency, Trading Standards and Environmental Health.
Brammer is joined by Nottingham-based Solicitor Louise O’Driscoll who has over ten years worth of experience.
O’Driscoll will also be working alongside director Michael Balmer, associates Paul Henocq and Matthew Aldwinckle and solicitor Jane Anderson.
Brammer, head of regulatory at Cartwright King, said: “We are pleased to significantly expand our regulatory department, in response to increased demand from both businesses and professional individuals.
“The team’s extensive experience ensures that Cartwright King is ideally placed to represent clients facing investigation right across the region, and we look forward to providing increased support in this increasingly busy area of law”.