From bespoke shareholders agreements to negotiating complex acquisitions, our solicitors have the necessary skill and experience to set your company up for success.
Regulatory and Compliance
Adams Law’ expert team of regulatory and compliance solicitors work with a range of clients to ensure their businesses meet statutory and regulatory obligations across a wide range of commercial sectors. Having the right legal team to support you in satisfying these requirements is essential. Failure to adhere to comply with regulations can result in remediation costs, fines and in some cases criminal proceedings.
Our areas of specialism include:
- Competition law and cartel investigations
- Investigations by agencies including the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)
- Health & Safety investigations
- Professional disciplinary
Expert advice you can rely on
Our regulatory and compliance solicitors understand that, when running a business, there are many challenges to be faced on a daily basis. The UK’s regulatory frameworks can be complicated – it can be extremely difficult keeping on top of your statutory obligations as the person in charge of a company, and remaining fully informed about changes in the law. For this reason, it is vital that you have the right support in place to make sure you comply with relevant legislation. Our solicitors have many years of experience in this area and pride themselves on their reputation for delivering high-quality legal advice in a clear, straightforward, jargon-free manner, leaving clients free to concentrate on developing their businesses.
Contact our Regulatory and Compliance Solicitors in London
Adams’ Regulatory and Compliance Solicitors provide a comprehensive service encompassing expert advice on regulatory compliance, enforcement and prosecution proceedings for companies, organisations and individuals.
To arrange a consultation, speak with a member of our corporate team today on 0207 790 2000 or complete our online enquiry form.