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Regulatory Disputes

If you or your company are facing regulatory legal disputes and need a swift resolution, speak to the team of specialist business solicitors at DPP Business and Tax. We are happy to share our expertise in this area if you are having to deal with regulators or investigations, allowing you to continue with the day-to-day running of your business.

We are lucky enough to have a team of specialist business solicitors and litigators on hand to assist companies with any form of regulatory dispute, including raids, interviews and complex investigations.

What are regulatory disputes?

Regulatory disputes cover any form of investigation into your company and generally occur if a regulatory body feels a company is not keeping up with industry compliance or legislation. This can be a stressful time for the company in question as they are investigated and if not handled correctly, can be potentially damaging for the long term.

Examples of common regulatory disputes include:

  • Regulatory raids
  • Regulatory interviews
  • Financial crime
  • Anti-money laundering
  • Company investigations
  • Environmental investigations
  • HSE investigations

Companies can face regulatory disputes more frequently depending on the industry that they operate in, but you can be rest assured that are well-experienced business solicitors will deliver an efficient, non-invasive process.

Contact DPP Business & Tax Solicitors

Dealing with regulatory disputes can be a delicate and complex process that requires assistance from a specialist business solicitor in order to achieve a swift resolution.

DPP Business & Tax can assist you in dealing with any regulatory dispute and provide an assurance that a favourable outcome will be delivered. Speak to our team of business & tax solicitors today.

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