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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.
Adjournment applications on grounds of ill-health must be carefully considered
Costs capping in judicial review – the future?
European Union (Withdrawal) Bill – does it do what it says on the tin?
Legal Professional Privilege – can this be claimed for legally conducted internal investigations?
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
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
How to identify, treat and guard against the destructive motives of a (closet) psychopath
Going Public: opportunities and challenges for The Financial Reporting Council
Private v Public Hearings – that is the question
Press Round-Up: Regulatory and Professional Discipline July-August 2017
Dishonesty – a look at sanction and the difficulties faced in seeking to show that fitness to practise is not impaired
SRA Warning on Offensive Communications
Doctors beware – your obligations to maintain adequate cover are not to be taken lightly
More flexible regulation of solicitors: opportunity or threat?
Author: Jeremy Barnett, barrister
Algorithms and the Law
International Regulation of ICOs | Cryptocurrency lawyer
1st Tier Tribunal overturns VAT Dishonesty Finding | Regulatory Lawer
Jeremy Barnett leads the way in blockchain for construction and algorithmic trading
SRA Update:Leigh Day and Lack of Integrity | SDT lawyer
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