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Kaleigh Grainger

Associate

Kaleigh is currently on maternity leave

My role

Associate in the Regulatory team, primarily advising on matters relating to education, healthcare and housing.

My experience

Before joining Anthony Collins Solicitors, I specialised for six years in UK and EU energy regulatory law and policy. Prior to this, I developed a background in public and regulatory law through experience gained working at the Gambling Commission and in the insolvency and healthcare sectors.

My specialisms

  • Challenges of public bodies including judicial review
  • Company compliance with statutory obligations, regulations, licenses and industry codes
  • Enforcement matters
  • Development, implementation and enforcement of UK and EU energy law and policy

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My latest articles

Health and safety obligations in education settings: Council fined after teacher assaulted by pupil
Health and safety obligations in education settings: Council fined after teacher assaulted by pupil

Luton Borough Council was prosecuted by the HSE late last year following an incident at a high school in which an assistant headteacher was attacked by a pupil and left with life-changing injuries.

COVID-19: Can parents face fines for not sending their child to school?
COVID-19: Can parents face fines for not sending their child to school?

Many parents are justifiably concerned about sending their children back to school so soon, especially given that the youngest children are unlikely to be able to follow social distancing guidelines.

Recent fine of £12,000 for asbestos failings at Newnham College
Recent fine of £12,000 for asbestos failings at Newnham College

Newnham College, Cambridge, received a fine from the HSE in January for failings that exposed employees and subcontractors to asbestos during refurbishment works on a flat owned by the college.

Heat networks – are you one of the district heat suppliers not complying with your legal obligations?
Heat networks – are you one of the district heat suppliers not complying with your legal obligations?

The Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014 (the Regulations) place certain responsibilities on anyone supplying and charging for heating, cooling or hot water (the heat supplier).