Friday 13th July – Regulatory Law Conference 2018 (Birmingham)

13th July 2018

Six Pump Court will present a Regulatory Law Conference on 13th July in Birmingham which will cover a variety of topics providing essential updates on specialist areas, informative discussion on topical issues and practical tips for those who act in regulatory cases.

We would be delighted if you would be able to join us for this event.

Further detail on the content of the seminar is provided below.


9:30 Registration and Coffee

10:00 Introduction from the Chair – David Travers QC

10:15  Responding to adverse compliance assessment reports – Megan Thomas

10:45  Planning enforcement – the criminal perspective – Giles Atkinson

11:15  Q&A

11:30  Coffee

11:45  Caveat emptor, caveat venditor and the role of the regulator – Ian Thomas and Laura Phillips

12:15  Challenging HSE improvement and prohibition notices after Chevron – David Travers QC

12:45  Q&A

13:00  Lunch

14:00  Enforcement decision making and sentencing in safety cases – are they at odds? – Pascal Bates

14:30  Judicial review challenges to regulatory notices – Gordon Wignall

15:00  Proceeds of crime – a guide to avoiding the pitfalls in regulatory cases – Gordon Menzies

15:20  Q&A/Coffee

15:40  Environmental enforcement and sentencing – recent developments – Richard Banwell

16:10  Q&A

16:30  Drinks


Time: from 9.30pm to 5.00pm (lunch and refreshments provided)

Cost: £95 per person. Subsequent bookings from your firm/organisation charged at a reduced rate of £75 per person.

To Book:  Book places online here  or contact for enquiries

Acceptances will be made on a first-come first-placed basis.