Brain damaged child receives over £11m in compensation in clinical negligence claim - May 2020
Professional Discipline & Regulation
He is regularly instructed to act for Defendants in regulatory proceedings, including the GDC, the GMC, the NMC, the British Acupuncture Council, internal NHS Trust disciplinary hearings, and the Performers Lists for GPs and dentists. Generally, he acts for defendants, although he has prosecuted in cases involving removal from the Performers List. He has experience of cases involving criminal charges, and has been instructed to defend doctors in the magistrates’ court and crown court.
“A very confident advocate with a lovely style that manages to get people on his side and that demonstrates his really detailed knowledge.” “He was extremely pleasant and relaxed in his manner, which was very reassuring for the client.” (Chambers & Partners 2018)
“Excellent on the papers, quick on his feet and a source of tactical advice throughout.” (Legal 500 2018)
“He is a very relaxed yet direct advocate with a refreshing style. He’s very good at identifying the approach that should be taken in a case and is an excellent strategist.” (Chambers & Partners 2017)
- R (on the application of RB) v First-tier Tribunal  MHLR 192
- R (on the application of O’Connor) v HM Coroner for the District of Avon  EWHC 854 Admin
- Magdi Bassilious v GMC  EWHC 2857 Admin
- R (on the application of Ross) v West Sussex PCT  EWHC B15 (Admin)
- R(on the application of B) v South Region Mental Health Review Tribunal  EWHC 2356 (Admin)
- R (Rogers) v Swindon PCT  1 WLR 2649
The End, the Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning: Erasure, Remediation and Rights of Appeal in Disciplinary Proceedings - Nov 2018
This seminar, with opening remarks from Richard Booth QC and chaired by Clodagh Bradley QC, will look at Erasure, Remediation and Rights of Appeal relating to professional discipline and regulatory...
Jeremy Hyam QC and Matthew Barnes in significant clinical negligence case on Part 36 offers and indemnity costs - Jul 2018
Jeremy Hyam QC and Matthew Barnes in significant case regarding late acceptance of a Part 36 offer and whether litigation conduct justified indemnity costs. The claimant, who was mentally fragile,...
1COR Annual Professional Discipline Seminar - Jun 2017
Last night saw a stellar line up of some of 1 Crown Office Row's finest speakers at the Royal College of Surgeons, discussing the latest developments in Professional Disciplinary law. The event was...
1COR quiz team wins the Leigh Day / Silverlining Brain Injury Charity Quiz night - Feb 2015
1COR beat all the competition in the Leigh Day / Silverlining Brain Injury Quiz on Thursday 12 February 2015. The team consisted of 8 members of Chambers; Amelia Walker, Lois Williams, Judith...
New Appointments to the Attorney General’s A, B and C Panels – February 2013 - Feb 2013
We are delighted to announce the following new appointments to the Attorney General's Panels - Owain Thomas to the A Panel (a re-appointment), Amy Mannion and John Jolliffe to the B Panel and Caroline...
New Appointments to the Attorney General’s A, B and C Panels – February 2012 - Feb 2012