News and Events - Marios Lambis

22nd Sep 2020News

Marios Lambis presents to ARDL ‘The Legality of Virtual Hearings’ – Thursday 24th September at 6pm

Please join this ARDL Association of Regulatory & Disciplinary Lawyers webinar where Marios Lambis of 2 Hare Court and Clare Chapman of BLM will be presenting on the topic of virtual hearings in regulatory matters. Speakers: Marios Lambis (2 Hare Court) and Clare Chapman (BLM) Chair: Richard Coleman QC (Fountain Court) Date: Thursday 24th September 2020 Seminar Start Time: 18:00 […]

4th Mar 2020News

Marios Lambis concludes Inquest into detention centre death

Marios Lambis appeared for one of the General Practitioner’s at a five week jury inquest investigating the detention of Prince Fosu, who died at Harmondsworth Removal Centre on 30 October 2012. Although the Crown Prosecution Service initially considered charges should be instigated against a number of the organisations involved in the running of the detention […]

30th Jan 2020News

GDC and Attempted Murder

Marios Lambis wins application brought by the General Dental Council to adduce evidence via the hearsay provisions of the General Dental Council’s Fitness to Practise Rules in an attempted murder case. Marios Lambis represented the interests of Mr A in a Preliminary Meeting specifically convened to hear this legal argument. The case involved a dentist […]

10th Jun 2019News

Marios Lambis Represents GP at Inquest of Six-Year-Old Boy

Marios Lambis represented a General Practitioner at an inquest investigating the death of six-year-old Oliver Hall. Oliver Hall died from Meningitis B less than 24 hours after first showing symptoms of the bacterial infection. Throughout the day his parents contacted the GP practice, paramedics and 111 NHS call service as his condition deteriorated, before being […]

15th May 2017News

GMC v Dr X – Dishonesty Does Not Automatically Require A Sanction

Marios Lambis appeared for a trainee doctor who in part admitted and was also found to have been dishonest twice, by a Fitness to Practice Tribunal of the Medical Practioners’ Tribunal Service. The young anesthetist had undertaken private work whilst working for the National Health Service without seeking permission and had signed and submitted an […]