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GMC v Dr X

Administrative Court upholds judicial review challenge that proposed publication of the Medical Practitioners Tribunal’s determination would breach the doctor’s Article 2 rights and be Wednesbury unreasonable. GMC’s sanction appeal rejected.... Read More

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Mark Sutton QC And Nadia Motraghi Overturn High Court Ruling

Mark Sutton QC and Nadia Motraghi overturn High Court ruling in North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust v Gregg. Court of Appeal provides important guidance on permissibility of concurrent criminal... Read More

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Inquiry announces Sutton review

Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has today appointed Mark Sutton QC to conduct a review into the safeguarding and dignity at work procedures at the Inquiry. Chair Professor... Read More

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Top NHS surgeon cleared of racial discrimination charges

A top NHS surgeon has been cleared of racial discrimination charges after the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service found in favour of the defendant clinician.  The ruling followed a three year... Read More

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Nominations for 2015 UK Bar Awards

We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in four categories at the 2015 Chambers Bar Awards. Michael Ford QC - Employment Silk of the Year Malcolm Galloway - Health... Read More

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UK’s largest health board forced to make u-turn

Uk's largest health board forced to make u-turn on closure of consultant led obstetric services in North Wales, after judicial review proceedings backed by the British Medical Association.   Cummings... Read More

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Mark Sutton QC appointed Head of Chambers

We are delighted to announce that Mark Sutton QC has been appointed Head of Chambers, as of 1st June 2015. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Jane... Read More

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Serco Limited v Mr Dahou UKEAT/0027/14/JOJ

Serco employed Mr Dahou for approximately two years before he was dismissed for gross misconduct. Mr Dahou claimed that the real reason for his dismissal was his membership and/or participation... Read More

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Dr Chhabra v West London Mental Health NHS Trust

COURT CAN INTERVENE IN GRADING OF DISCIPLINARY CHARGES:  SUPREME COURT GIVES JUDGMENT IN  DR CHHABRA v WEST LONDON MENTAL HEALTH NHS TRUST  Can the Court intervene to restrain an employer... Read More
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