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Gives an up to the minute insight on new case law developments, as well as topical public and regulatory law issues.
How does a registrant's retirement affect the assessment of their fitness to practise?
Proper regard to Indicative Sanctions Guidance and the amending of allegations
Publication of disciplinary decision can be sufficient sanction
GMC Confidentiality guidance
The relevance of state of mind to an allegation of lack of integrity
The Great Repeal Bill White Paper – not so great, not much repealing
When is erasure a proportionate sanction when there is a finding of dishonesty?
To what extent are regulators obliged to refer complaints to their Investigating Committee?
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
HCPC separates its investigatory and adjudication function by launching the Health and Care Professions Tribunal Service (HCPTS)
A ‘deep-seated attitudinal problem’ could be the difference between a suspension and a strike-off
Does a denial of facts subsequently found proved constitute dishonesty?
The importance of applying the correct legal tests when considering interim orders
Does treating a family member or close friend automatically lead to serious professional misconduct?
Press Round-Up: Regulatory April 2017
Court considers standards regulating conduct in professionals’ private lives
The Courts remind us of the principle of proportionality at sanction stage
Author: Jeremy Barnett, barrister
General Data Protection Regulation & Brexit | Data Protection Lawyer
Mostyn J joins debate on SRA Lack of Integrity test
Jeremy Barnett instructed to take over SDT hearing
Large fines in the Charity Sector
Regulators declare war on Charity Sector | Regulatory Lawyer
High Court Sends sanction case back to SDT| SRA Lawyer
SRA playing for the headlines? | SRA Barrister
High court confirms Ghosh direction not needed in all cases