News and Events - Professional Discipline


5th Jul 2022News

Christopher Coltart QC to speak at ARDL event on defending at the Financial Reporting Council

ARDL Webinar Advising in Financial Reporting Council Investigations Wednesday 13 July 2022 Time: 18.00 – 19.30 Webinar via Zoom    With audit reform forming an important part of the Government’s agenda, the role of the FRC is in the spotlight. In this seminar ARDL explore key features of FRC supervision and enforcement, focussing on certain […]

26th May 2022Newsletters

2 Hare Court Professional Discipline Newsletter

Welcome to the latest edition of the Professional Discipline Newsletter. Christopher Geering Editor Foreword Welcome to another 2 Hare Court newsletter. Two recent SRA decisions deserve some attention. Ben Rich considers Maxfield Martin where the court overruled the SDT’s application of the principles set out in Ivey. Lewis MacDonald analyses Gray, and the use of […]

22nd Apr 2022News

Marios Lambis QC becomes first Professional Discipline barrister to be appointed QC

Chambers is delighted to see in a number of periodicals that it is believed Marios Lambis QC is the first barrister to specialise completely in Professional Discipline matters to be appointed Queen’s Counsel. This is a remarkable recognition not just of Marios’s ability and standing as an advocate but the expanding importance of Professional Discipline […]

1st Mar 2022Newsletters

2 Hare Court Professional Discipline Newsletter

Welcome to the latest edition of the Professional Discipline Newsletter. Christopher Geering Editor Foreword I have set out a brief analysis of Sawati v GMC – a decision which should be required reading for any case where an allegation of contested dishonesty is found proved. It seeks to synthesis the flurry of recent decisions touching […]

10th Feb 2022News

Marios Lambis Successfully Defends General Practitioner

Marios Lambis successfully defended a General Practitioner facing over 97 possible findings of fact. The GP in question faced allegations of dishonesty, bullying, the deleting of patient records, leaving the practice without doctor cover and improperly closing patient/practice lists. The General Medical Council alleged there were serious issues pertaining to mismanagement of his practice generally, […]