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Jacqueline Redares

Jacqueline Rédarès

Senior Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Saltire Court
20 Castle Terrace
United Kingdom
Languages English

Jacqueline is a Senior Associate in the Environment and Health and Safety team.  She advises clients on criminal and civil matters arising from health and safety incidents.  She is experienced in defending clients in health and safety prosecutions, appealing enforcement notices and representing clients at Coroners' Inquests and Fatal Accident Inquiries.  She also regularly advises organisations on their strategies for ensuring proactive compliance with health and safety.

She supports clients with health and safety internal investigations; as well as liaising with the Police, HSE and Local Authorities and representing clients at Police and HSE interviews.

She regularly defends clients in civil claims arising from incidents: cases involving catastrophic injuries, complex liability and quantum issues.  She has extensive knowledge of civil court procedure in Scotland, including the All Scotland Personal Injury Court and the Court of Session.

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  • 2012 – Kaplan QLTS, London (Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme – dual-qualified to practice in both England & Wales and in Scotland)
  • 2008 – Dip LP University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh
  • 2007 – LL.B. University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh
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Health and Safety News­let­ter - Feb­ru­ary 2014
Our Health and Safety News­let­ter con­tains up­dates on the latest Health & Safety news and the res­ult­ing im­plic­a­tions for dir­ect­ors and busi­nesses.   This edi­tion in­cludes:HSE An­nu­al Stat­ist­ic­sDe­tails...
Hos­pit­al­ity Mat­ters - Au­tumn 2014
Wel­come to the latest edi­tion of Hos­pit­al­ity Mat­ters, our reg­u­lar bul­let­in for the ho­tels in­dustry. We are now in the fi­nal stretch of 2014, a year that has seen the hotel M&A mar­ket con­tin­ue to re­main...


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11 December 2020
Health & Safety CMS News­let­ter Decem­ber 2020
CMS is proud to present the latest Health and Safety News­let­ter which dis­cusses the Su­per Puma FAI de­term­in­a­tion, the health and safety of em­ploy­ees work­ing from home, the im­port­ance of work­force wel­fare...
13 November 2020
Al­low­ing or en­cour­aging a re­turn to the of­fice – the po­ten­tial leg­al li­ab­il­it­ies
We look at the po­s­i­tion for of­fice work­ers in Eng­land and in Scot­land with our most re­cent up­date ad­dress­ing the is­sues to con­sider in light of the new lock­down in Eng­land.
15 October 2020
The in­creas­ing im­port­ance of work­force wel­fare
Across the UK or­gan­isa­tions are home­work­ing. In Eng­land, since the UK Gov­ern­ment’s an­nounce­ments on 22 Septem­ber, a re­turn to full-time home­work­ing could last “for per­haps six months”. In Scot­land...
18 August 2020
The im­pact of COV­ID-19 and re­turn­ing to work on men­tal health
What should em­ploy­ers do to pre­vent and sup­port men­tal health is­sues dur­ing this un­cer­tain time? In light of the cur­rent COV­ID-19 pan­dem­ic and its im­pact in the work­place, em­ploy­ers are in­creas­ingly see­ing...
13 July 2020
Re­bound & Re­mod­el: Fu­ture of Work series
As or­gan­isa­tions look to­wards re­cov­ery and ad­apt­ing to the new land­scape they are faced with lots of un­cer­tainty and chal­lenges.  One cer­tainty is that changes to the work­place and work­force are in­ev­it­able...
30 June 2020
Air con­di­tion­ing and vent­il­a­tion dur­ing the COV­ID-19 pan­dem­ic
In light of the COV­ID-19 pan­dem­ic, and with work­places and of­fices slowly re­turn­ing to site fol­low­ing the eas­ing of lock­down re­stric­tions, the Health and Safety Ex­ec­ut­ive has is­sued guid­ance around the...
24 June 2020
4th Ju­ly Re­open­ing in Eng­land – what does this mean for hotel and leis­ure...
The Prime Min­is­ter made his long-awaited state­ment to the House of Com­mons yes­ter­day (23 June 2020) re­gard­ing the fur­ther eas­ing of re­stric­tions which will al­low much of the hos­pit­al­ity sec­tor to re­open...
02 July 2020
Re­bound & Re­mod­el: Fu­ture of work we­bin­ar
As or­gan­isa­tions look to­wards re­cov­ery and ad­apt­ing to the new land­scape they are faced with lots of un­cer­tainty and chal­lenges.  One cer­tainty is that changes to the work­place and work­force are in­ev­it­able.How...
28 May 2020
COV­ID-19 safe work­places: re­tail and man­u­fac­tur­ing guid­ance pub­lished in...
This week the Scot­tish Gov­ern­ment pub­lished work­place safety guid­ance start­ing with two areas of the eco­nomy, re­tail and man­u­fac­tur­ing. Al­though the guid­ance is ef­fect­ive im­me­di­ately it has been pub­lished...
25 May 2020
Le­gion­ella: man­aging the risks and re­open­ing safely
The HSE has is­sued ad­vice con­cern­ing the in­creased risks of le­gion­ella arising from lock­down. This is caused in par­tic­u­lar by closed or re­duced oc­cu­pancy of build­ings. Em­ploy­ers, the self-em­ployed and...
05 May 2020
Health Pro­tec­tion Scot­land: Guid­ance for the Off­shore Sec­tor
Health Pro­tec­tion Scot­land has pro­duced Guid­ance set­ting out how heli­copter com­pan­ies, duty hold­ers and med­ics can man­age and pre­vent an out­break of COV­ID-19 on oil and gas in­stall­a­tions. The Guid­ance...
13 February 2019
Con­sulta­tion on food la­belling: chan­ging food al­ler­gen in­form­a­tion laws 
The Gov­ern­ment has launched a con­sulta­tion seek­ing com­ment in re­la­tion to pro­posed changes to al­ler­gen in­form­a­tion on pre-packed foods (link be­low). The pro­posed amend­ments would ap­ply to both the do­mest­ic...