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Jamie Hare


Jamie joined THB in 2018 and is a Solicitor within the Regulatory Department.

Since joining THB, Jamie has been working in the Regulatory Department and is routinely instructed on behalf of Agencies including the Health and Safety Executive and Local Authorities across the UK in relation to prosecutions of regulatory breaches.

Jamie is involved in prosecuting matters from the outset and has recently prosecuted cases including the commonly seen Section 2 and 3 Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 offences through to the less common regulatory breaches including breaches of work at height, asbestos, legionella, gas, fire safety, lifting operations and breaches of HMO regulations.

Jamie has been involved in prosecutions in the Magistrates’ and Crown Court.

Jamie is an experienced advocate and regularly appears before Courts across the East of England. Jamie is also able to provide specialist training for Local Authorities and organisations in relation to all aspects of criminal litigation and regulatory law.

Prior to joining THB Solicitors Jamie worked at a large criminal defence practice. During his time in criminal defence litigation Jamie dealt with all types of criminal law. He would regularly represent people at the police station. He has dealt with defending all types of cases in the Magistrates and Crown Court as well as Court of Appeal.

Jamie is able to draw on his wide experience of both defending and prosecuting a wide range of cases to ensure that each client can be assured of the highest quality of service and advice from the outset of their case.

Jamie is a member of The Health and Safety Lawyers Association.


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