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Knowingly misleading the court was tantamount to dishonesty

United Kingdom - October 29 2014 The Administrative Court has ruled that, having made an express finding that a solicitor had not been dishonest, the Solicitors Disciplinary…

Freezing injunctions - what is a 'real risk of dissipation'?

United Kingdom - November 3 2011 Freezing injunctions aim to prevent defendants defeating monetary judgments made against them.

Failure to disclose previous employment and dishonesty

United Kingdom - June 30 2013 K, a nurse, appealed against a decision of a panel of the NMC’s Conduct and Competence Committee which had found her guilty of dishonesty and ordered…

Kerra Jelbert.

Failing to declare convictions and cautions - the consequences

United Kingdom - June 30 2013 The consequences for failing to declare cautions and convictions have been highlighted in two recent cases, demonstrating the different consequences…

Kerra Jelbert.

Dealing with conflicts of evidence - obligations on a panel

United Kingdom - December 18 2012 An independent midwife, Ms Duthie, was struck off after a finding that her fitness to practise was impaired by reason of her misconduct.

Kerra Jelbert.