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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.
To what extent are regulators obliged to refer complaints to their Investigating Committee?
R (Davey) v Oxfordshire County Council – to what extent should an individual's preferences for care be considered?
Miller – the broader constitutional points
High Court confirms limits to claims of legal advice and lawyers' working papers privilege
A victory for the development of shale gas in England?
Additional periods of suspension cannot be directed to create a 'middle ground' between short term suspension and removal
Public and Regulatory Group predictions for 2017
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
High Court reaffirms that a Registrant’s regulatory history is relevant and admissible at the impairment and sanction stages
Pregnancy test drug Primodos to be reviewed by UK regulator following discovery of files in state archive
In the line of fire - Fire Authorities can and will prosecute for fire safety failings
What is lack of integrity?
CIPFA Disciplinary Committee swayed by mitigation
Can a Panel ask too many questions, in a manner which leads to unfairness of the proceedings?
Is regulatory reform back on the agenda, or has it been kicked into the long grass again?
The Draft Nursing and Midwifery (Amendment) Order 2017 – a move towards a more modern and efficient regulator
Author: Jeremy Barnett, barrister
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
Interim and final order for Permission to act as a Director following a 7 year Disqualification
Jeremy Barnett to speak at Solicitors Regulatory and Compliance Seminar
Blochain for BIM | Smart Contracts Lawyer
SDT abuse decision overturned | SRA lawyer