The importance of obtaining expert evidence on the ‘likelihood of harm’

Latest court of appeal decision underlines the importance of obtaining expert evidence on the ‘likelihood of harm’ when responding to a health and safety prosecution By:  Dr Simon Joyston-Bechal, Turnstone Law, 7 March 2019If your client is prosecuted for a health and safety breach, your main focus will be whether to defend the prosecution or …

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