Regulatory lawyer Jeremy Woodcraft has joined leading agile firm Keystone Law

Jeremy is a solicitor advocate with 20 years’ experience in advising on all aspects of regulatory law including risk, compliance and enforcement matters. With expertise in health and safety, trading standards, food and fire safety, environmental, road transport, licensing, betting and gaming, he has worked extensively in the leisure and entertainment industry.

In addition, he is a specialist on the issues facing the transport sector and regularly appears for operators at Public Inquiries. He has also successfully prosecuted and defended many health and safety cases.

Jeremy joins from Cook & Co and prior to that spent time at TLT Solicitors and also Osborne Clarke, where he was the Head of the Licensing, Betting and Gaming Department.

James Knight, Managing Director of Keystone Law, commented:

“In light of increasing market regulation, we are seeing huge client demand for regulatory advice. Jeremy’s arrival signals our continued investment in this area and we are delighted to welcome him to the firm.”

Jeremy added:

“At a time when the realm of regulation is experiencing a real transformation, across an array of industries, the breadth and depth of Keystone’s offering enables us to provide a full range of sophisticated legal expertise to our clients. I look forward to adding to that offering.”