News and Events - Gavin Irwin


13th Mar 2019News

Sweeping Changes to UK AML and Sanctions Regimes

Gavin Irwin considers two significant recent reports on economic crime in the United Kingdom.  The first, published on 8 March 2019, is the report of the Treasury Committee Inquiry into Economic Crime: Anti-money laundering and the sanctions regime[1].  (A further Report relating to consumers and economic crime will follow later in 2019.)  The second, also […]

5th Sep 2018Events

Regulatory Crime Seminar 2018

Members of 2 Hare Court’s Criminal Regulatory Group would be delighted for you to join them at their annual event: Regulatory Crime Seminar 2pm – 5pm Thursday 4th October 2018   Hilton Manchester Deansgate With drinks and canapés to follow at Cloud 23    This seminar is accredited for 3 CPD Hr(s) This years’ Regulatory […]

26th Jul 2018News

Gavin Irwin successfully represents Emergency Medicine Registrar at the Inquest of a 33 year old woman who died from a rare form of infection

Gavin Irwin represented an Emergency Medicine Registrar at an Inquest before the Senior Coroner for the Black Country. The deceased presented at the A&E Department of Russells Hall Hospital, Dudley with a sore ankle and, sadly, died as a result of necrotising fasciitis less than 48 hours later. This rare condition spreads rapidly, for reasons […]

22nd Jun 2018News

Gavin Irwin Averts Closure of School after Discovery of Weapons and £400,000 Cash

Gavin Irwin appeared on behalf of the Darul Uloom School (London) today before Senior District Judge Arbuthnot at the City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court. As a result of ‘safeguarding concerns’, the Secretary of State for Education had sought an emergency order to remove the school from the Register of Independent Schools under section 120 of […]

14th Jun 2018Newsletters

Professional Discipline Summer Newsletter

The impact of GMC v Bawa-Garba continues to be felt throughout the healthcare sector. The Williams review looks set to reopen the debate on the proper approach to regulation. Lewis Macdonald considers whether the recommendations go far enough. Meanwhile Ben Rich analyses the appeal of Dr G Arunachalam v GMC: even repeated sexually inappropriate behaviour […]

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