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Barrister successfully appeals against a finding of professional misconduct relating to his conduct at a Chambers party

United Kingdom - February 23 2017 A Disciplinary Tribunal of the Council of the Inns of Court (“the Tribunal”) was convened on 4 and 5 May 2016 to hear charges of professional...

Dishonesty - a look at sanction and the difficulties faced in seeking to show that fitness to practise is not impaired

United Kingdom - September 6 2017 This case involved an appeal by the General Medical Council (GMC) against a determination made by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal (MPT) on 19…

The Courts remind us of the principle of proportionality at sanction stage

United Kingdom - April 19 2017 Charles Craig (the Appellant) brought an appeal against the decision of the Disciplinary Committee (the Committee) of the Farriers Registration...

Reminder of the importance of disclosure obligations: Successful appeal by two teachers challenging failure of their regulator to give proper disclosure

United Kingdom - November 4 2016 In late November 2013, a letter, which later became known as the “Trojan Horse” letter, came into the possession of Birmingham City Council and was…

Melinka Berridge

E-regulator: case commentary - Shah v General Dental Council

United Kingdom - November 7 2011 Shah v General Dental Council was an appeal by S against an order imposed by the General Dental Council removing his name from the register.