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Doctor successfully appeals UK High Court decision to erase her from the Medical Register: The Bawa-Garba case

Ireland, United Kingdom - August 14 2018 In the much publicised decision in the case of Bawa-Garba (Appellant) v General Medical Council (Respondent) [2018] EWCA Civ 1879, the UK Court of…

British Army Officer found guilty of manslaughter of Irish soldier following seven-week court martial

United Kingdom - July 10 2018 British Army officer, Captain Jonathan Price, was found guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence over the killing of a 21-year-old Irish soldier…

GMC v Lamming - Restoration in cases of dishonesty

Ireland, United Kingdom - April 11 2018 In a recent appeal by the General Medical Council (GMC v Dr Christopher Lamming [2017] EWHC 3309), the UK High Court overturned a decision of the…

The wearing of religious headscarves at work: ECJ’s two landmark rulings

European Union - April 13 2017 We recently published a blog on Dress Codes in the Workplace and Avoiding Potential Discrimination Claims. We pointed out that if an employer intends…

Barry Walsh, Julie Austin.

How many employers does a teacher have?

Ireland - March 23 2017 In a decision with considerable significance for many teachers, the Court of Appeal has recently ruled that the Minister for Education (the…

Barry Walsh.