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|Architects Registration Board||General Osteopathic Council|
|Association of Accounting Technicians||General Pharmaceutical Council|
|General Optical Council||General Teaching Council for Wales|
|Care Council for Wales||National College for Teaching and Leadership|
|General Dental Council||Nursing and Midwifery Council|
|Association of Chartered Certified Accountants||Solicitors Regulation Authority|
|Bar Standards Board||Institution of Mechanical Engineers|
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Our Professional Regulatory team looks at people news in the professional regulatory field during July 2014.
Our Professional Regulatory team highlights key press releases from July 2014.
Welcome to our latest edition of the professional regulatory law update, our update of the important case law and news in the field of Professional Regulation.
Court of Session: The court held that the appellant had failed to establish any material error of law by the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission, nor any other ground of challenge to its decision to accept the complaint for investigation.
Warby J sets out carefully the considerations for judicial recusal on the basis that his consideration of the case may give rise to apparent or actual bias.
The Professional Standards Authority appealed against the second respondents six month suspension on the grounds that allegations of dishonesty had not been considered and that the sanction was unduly lenient.
The appellant appealed against the decision of a fitness to practise panel's decision that he was guilty of misconduct, that his fitness to practise was impaired and to suspend him from practice for a period of 12 months.
The appellant authority appealed against a decision of the GMC's fitness to practise panel (the panel), that a psychiatrist (N) had been found not guilty of misconduct.
Patient A, being dissatisfied with the service that M, a dentist was providing referred the matter to the General Dental Council (the council), who found the allegations proved and suspended M for four months.