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Regulatory Advice

In an increasingly complex legal and regulatory landscape, ensuring you are prepared for, and comply with, the most up-to-date legislation and regulatory changes can be all-consuming. We understand these challenges and can help you.

With businesses often having to adhere to more than one regulator, our multidisciplinary team can offer practical and commercial cross-sector advice to help guide and support you across the full spectrum of regulatory requirements.

For many years we have advised some of the world’s best-known brands (including large corporate entities, financial services organisations, platforms, media owners, agencies, influencers) in complying with regulatory requirements.

How we can help you

Our regulatory team has extensive experience engaging with the UK’s regulatory bodies and can provide strategic and pragmatic advice to help you to assess and balance risks, and to engage with a range of regulatory authorities from the ASA to the ICO and FCA.

With our long-standing relationships and understanding of these regulatory authorities we aim to proactively help you manage change, including horizon scanning, so that any changes don’t take you by surprise. We can also help you to respond to, challenge and/or resolve investigations, and if needed to review or appeal decisions by regulators.

Our co-ordinated specialist Regulatory Advisory team includes lawyers specialising in dispute resolution, advertising, competition, data, media, sports, employment, financial regulation and partnership law.

Below is a list of some of the key regulatory authorities we can support you with:

  • Ofcom (UK's communications regulator)
  • CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) 
  • Trading Standards
  • ASA (Advertising Standards Authority)
  • ICO (Information Commissioner's Office)
  • IPSO (Independent Press Standards Organisation)
  • IMPRESS (The Independent Monitor for the Press)
  • FCA (Financial Conduct Authority)
  • PRA (Prudential Regulation Authority)
  • Gambling Commission
  • The Health and Safety Executive
  • The Charity Commission
  • DMU (Digital Markets Unit)
  • SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority)

Contact Us

Get in touch to find out more about how we can support with your regulatory compliance needs.

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