Head of Legal, Tier 1 automotive supplier

Case studies

August 5th, 2017 Corporate manslaughter

This was a sad case where an employee who was asked to work in a part of a factory where he did not usually work was killed by a piece of equipment that he was not familiar with. He was doing a job that he had not been trained to do.

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March 13th, 2017 Engineering your terms; disputes in manufacturing

We were recently instructed by one of our long-standing manufacturing clients in a dispute regarding unpaid invoices. The client is a subsidiary company of a large engineering group based locally.

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December 12th, 2019 Getting your supply chain Brexit ready

Post 31 October 2019 we are still unclear what Brexit means and when it will impact. Current options include a hard Brex...

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November 1st, 2019 Data transfers post Brexit

In light of recent Brexit negotiations and subsequent parliamentary activity, the focus of the Information Commissioner’...

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February 25th, 2019 Commercial contracts and the impact of Brexit

Putting politics aside, Brexit will undoubtedly have a significant impact on how UK plc does business. Whilst it is like...

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