In an article published in The Times today, Pavlos Panayi QC discusses the legal tasks ahead in the wake of the Grenfell Tower catastrophe. Unpacking the difficulties arising from this tragedy, Pavlos explains that “the most emotive legal action that could emerge from the disaster would be criminal charges under the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homocide Act 2007”. Pavlos is confident, however, that any criminal charges will be held until the conclusion of the public enquiry and “will be determined by the facts that emerge during that inquiry and the on-going investigations”.
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