Without government guidance or PPE, doctors will have to make more unpopular choices about which lives to save

Regulatory & Disciplinary

Without government guidance or PPE, doctors will have to make more unpopular choices about which lives to save


Vikram Sachdeva QC and David Lock QC write about human rights, limited resources and legal conundrums in The Independent. Without government guidance or PPE, doctors will have to make more… Read more »

CategoryNews, Articles Author Vikram Sachdeva QC Date

SEMINAR: Sex, Lies and Videotape (and the new Rules) – how lawyers get into, and out of, hot water, and when it has to be reported to the regulator


In this seminar, chaired by Mrs Justice Foster, Gregory Treverton-Jones QC and Alexis Hearnden will discuss: Current priorities in the SRA investigations The new reporting rules in the 2019 Codes of Conduct Case studies… Read more »

CategorySeminar & Webinar Archive Author Gregory Treverton-Jones QC, Alexis Hearnden Date

High Court confirms that certain actions taken in divorce proceedings can lawfully be performed by non-lawyers


JK v MK and E-Negotiation Ltd (trading as amicable) and The Queen’s Proctor [2020] EWFC 2 In an important judgment handed down on Monday 20 January 2020 relevant to disciplinary… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Vikram Sachdeva QC, Simon Murray Date

Daniel Benedyk successfully represents the Solicitors Regulation Authority in a challenge to higher rights of audience


Daniel Benedyk successfully represented the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) in the High Court, in a judicial review brought by a solicitor against a decision that he was not authorised to… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Daniel Benedyk Date

The Court of Appeal gives guidance on the circumstances in which a Medical Practitioners Tribunal (MPT) should adjourn, in the absence of a practitioner


On 16 July 2019 the Court of Appeal (Richards LJ, Simler LJ, Theis J) handed down judgment in the case of Sanusi v General Medical Council [2019] EWCA Civ 1172…. Read more »

CategoryNews Author Jenni Richards QC, Alexis Hearnden Date

Daniel Benedyk successfully represents the Bar Standards Board in a challenge against pupillage requirements


Daniel Benedyk successfully represented the Bar Standards Board (BSB) in the High Court, in a claim brought by an aspiring barrister for exemption from the pupillage requirements. The case concerned… Read more »

CategoryNews Author Daniel Benedyk Date

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