Corporate Clients

Recently, Rupert Nevin, together with junior and leading counsel at 5 Paper Buildings chambers, secured the first UK acquittal for the offence of corporate manslaughter in R v PS & JE Ward Limited. The death of an employee was blamed on the working practices of the company but through careful analysis it was possible to show an alternative cause. The acquittals saved both the business and its owners.


OUR AIM
At Old Bailey Solicitors we aim to provide businesses of all sizes a first class bespoke service. We have a niche team with experience of business crime and regulatory work, able to devote resources to the problems you face. Legal expertise is critical but you also want the solid business experience necessary to find the most practical solution. Our goal is to take the pressure away from you so that your business can get on with what it does best.


OUR SERVICES
We have experience of, and are able to provide advice and representation, in a number of areas:

  • Corporate manslaughter
  • Health and Safety breaches.
  • Director liability for criminal breaches arising from business activity.
  • Companies Act offences.
  • Tax, fraud and money laundering offences.
  • Dangerous products, copyright offences and consumer, advertising or trading standards law.
  • Regulatory strategy, reputation and crisis management.


OUR PEOPLE
Our corporate law department is headed by Rupert Nevin, a solicitor with over twenty-five years’ experience. He has a substantial record of success to his name and has represented businesses of all sizes, including blue-chip companies, in a range of cases. He has been a partner in two international law firms and has chosen to bring his expertise to Old Bailey Solicitors in order to provide a boutique service to a select number of clients.

Rupert is supported by David Osborne and Rod Hayler, both of whom have many years’ experience of corporate manslaughter, tax, fraud and money laundering offences.

Can we help you? Please contact us now.

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