Lessons learnt: the Zaman case – allergies, regulations and risk



A half day panel discussion 
Wednesday 21st September
28 Portland Place, London W1B 1LY

A restaurant owner has been jailed for six years for the manslaughter of a customer who had an allergic reaction to a curry. Mr Richard Wright QC, who prosecuted this ‘landmark case’ will join delegates to give an overview of the circumstances leading up to this case, the current regulations and what the outcome means for food businesses.

Regulators and those working in the food industry will debate and review best practice, the importance of food safety culture, and how to manage allergies in today’s busy food businesses.

This event, will include a panel discussion chaired by Kathryn Gilbertson LLP to enable a high level of debate and discussion – with the ultimate aim of protecting the public, ensuring compliance with existing food law and making sure that this tragedy never happens again.

Chaired by Kathryn Gilbertson (Regulatory), Greenwoods Solicitors LLP

To register for the conference please visit our website or for more information please contact Jess Davies at jdavies@rsph.org.uk or call 020 7265 7314. Alternatively click here for booking form