Simon Catterall is a former CPS prosecutor and is well known in courts and licensing committees throughout the North of England for his candid representation of individuals and businesses at odds with the police and regulatory authorities. A sharp and no nonsense advocate, Simon is regarded for his sound advice at the point of investigation and, where warranted, for his tenacious defence of HSE, Environment, Trading Standards, Food Safety and police prosecutions. He is particularly well known in the National Farmers Union (NFU) and agricultural circles for his excellent advice and service to the northern farming community.
In his spare time Simon is an author, his highly acclaimed debut novel Hob Hole was published in September 2015. He is also a former President of the Tees Valley Law Society and current secretary of the Stan Hollis Memorial Committee, his work in connection with the latter greatly contributing to the statue unveiling at Stewarts Park.
Simon’s other interests include horse racing, cricket, playing gigs with his band, English and military history.
Contact Simon Catterall, Partner, Regulatory
DD: 01642 873719