Kings View persuaded a NMC fitness to practise panel to impose the least serious sanction in a case relating to issue of drug administration and dishonesty.
Kings View were again successful in persuading the GMC case examiners that there was no case to answer.
In a case thought to be the first hearing of its kind for many years, Kings View successfully overturned a nurse’s striking off order.
In this case Kings View client, H, had been offered an agreed outcome by Social Work England but had refused to accept one aspect of the case against them.
KD’s registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) was refused. KD approached Kings View seeking advice on appeal.
A nurse, who was struck off the nursing register, has made a successful restoration application thanks to expert representation from Kings View.
Kings View Chambers represented a HCPC registered Occupational Therapist in a case about a breach of professional boundaries and associated dishonesty.
Stephen McCaffrey successfully persuade MPTS to impose no sanctions for doctor in case involving allegations of dishonesty and intimidation.
This case involved a pharmacist facing fitness to practise investigation by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) for allegations of drink driving.
Dr SA accepted allegations relating to his clinical practise in a field of expertise that he no longer practises.
Kings View Chambers represented a paramedic facing Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) fitness to practise proceedings.
In this case, the Speech and Language Therapist faced allegations of failure to assess and document assessments.