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As the largest dedicated regulatory team in the UK, we provide expert advice and representation in relation to all types of regulatory investigations, appeals and judicial review, as well as advocacy before all forms of professional regulatory tribunal.
Underpinning our expertise is a deep understanding of the capacity in which regulators operate. We recognise that your responsibility is the protection of the public and that you will be measured by the efficiency and consequences of cases. You have a right to take for granted our legal expertise and the fact that we will investigate and present your cases in a fair, proportionate, robust and cost effective way. Where we differentiate is that we genuinely see ourselves as an extension of your in-house team and would work with you to understand the challenges and opportunities you face.
Our lawyers are leaders in their field and work with clients to provide a bespoke and comprehensive legal service. Our team act for regulators, firms and practitioners at each stage of the regulatory process. We have a well-earned reputation in the industry for acting quickly and decisively in cases of suspected misconduct.
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We investigate, prosecute and defend regulatory cases before regulators in the healthcare, education, legal, accountancy, construction and engineering sectors.
Some of the Professional Regulators we act for include:
|Architects Registration Board||General Pharmaceutical Council|
|Association of Accounting Technicians||General Teaching Council for Wales|
|Association of Chartered Certified Accountants||Institution of Mechanical Engineers|
|Bar Standards Board||Intellectual Property Regulation Board|
|Care Council for Wales||National College for Teaching and Leadership|
|Chartered Institute of Management Accountants||NHS England|
|Chartered Institute of Public Finance Accountants||Nursing and Midwifery Council|
|Environment Agency||Society for Education|
|General Dental Council||Solicitors Regulation Authority|
|General Optical Council||Training and National Counselling Service|
|General Osteopathic Council|
Our monthly professional regulatory E-Bulletin featuring considered and detailed summaries of all the important recent case law and other sector news.
The Claimant sought judicial review of a refusal by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (the tribunal), to stay fitness to practise proceedings after it was discovered that complainants giving evidence against him...
Our Professional Regulatory newsletter is a monthly round-up of the latest cases from the disciplinary sector.
The High Court dismissed an appeal made by the appellant Doctor against a finding on a second review of a substantive order of current impairment and sanction of a 6-month suspension order.
The Respondent had appeared before the Medical Practitioners Tribunal ("the MPT") for dishonesty charges arising out of his conduct as a Locum Paediatric Registrar on 13 December 2014, when he was dealing with Patient A.
The Appellant did not have strong grounds to bring an appeal and it is of note that a significant ground was instantly rejected, as it had not been pursued via the correct route.
A timely reminder for all prosecutors of their disclosure obligations, especially in proceedings where there are a number of hearings arising from the same facts.
This case is significant in two respects. First, it confirms that section 40 of the Dentists Act 1984, which precludes unregistered persons (which encompasses suspended dentists) from receiving payment for dentistry carried out by other people...