1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – 2020 – Special Issue – Part 3 - Jul 2020
Professional Discipline & Regulation
Shaheen has extensive experience acting for healthcare professionals before their regulators and in associated appeals, judicial reviews, internal disciplinary and MHPS proceedings including applications for injunctive relief. She has been instructed in many cases involving the most serious allegations of dishonesty and sexual impropriety.
Listen to her discuss pay discrimination on episode 102 of our podcast Law Pod UK here.
“She has the ability to command a room and nearly always manages to pull a result out of the bag, even in cases that initially appear to be unwinnable.” “She has a wonderfully precise approach to regulatory matters, and is extremely well prepared, tenacious and thorough.” (Chambers & Partners 2017)
“Her results speak for themselves.” (Legal 500 2016)
“A true professional.” (Legal 500 2015)
- Dr R v GMC : Instructed to represent doctor at IOT proceedings arising from allegations of lack of informed consent for surgery, successfully argued for no interim order.
- JM v GOSC : Advising osteopath regarding response to GOSC proceedings.
- JC v GOSC : Appeared for an osteopath charged with serious allegations of performing inappropriate treatment upon a patient, failing to make appropriate referral to other healthcare professionals and continuing with treatment when asked to stop. Charges dismissed following cross- examination of patient and successful half time submission.
- DR MB v GMC : Represented a medical director charged with failure to action large numbers of urgent laboratory results and poor performance in his director role. Half time submissions succeeded in relation to a number of the charges, the remainder led to no finding of misconduct and the panel declined to issue any warning.
- RR v GDC : Represented a student dentist charged with multiple incidents of dishonesty including repeatedly lying, plagiarism and falsely claiming to be at lectures, which the Council contended were sufficiently serious to mandate erasure, but which resulted in a 3 month suspension.
- DR O v UB NHSFT : Represented a colorectal surgeon at MHPS proceedings where it was alleged that his surgical complication rate was unacceptably high and that he had lost the trust of his colleagues.
- HM v GDC : Represented a dentist convicted of causing the death of a child by careless driving. Panel satisfied that his fitness to practice was not impaired as a result of his conviction.
- CB v GDC : Represented a dentist facing multiple allegations of misconduct and poor clinical care arising from a consultation when a patient suffered a severe allergic reaction. Panel found that the dentist’s actions did not amount to misconduct and her fitness to practice was not impaired.
- Dr M v GMC : Advised a doctor drawn into proceedings involving her partner who was alleged to have engaged in dishonest financial dealings and to have lied in previous GMC proceedings. Case withdrawn.
- DR FA v GMC : Represented a 76 year old GP facing allegations of serious professional conduct in relation to out of date practices and poor care provided to multiple patients. Permitted to continue to practice under conditions.
- R (CRHP) v (1) GMC (2) Khanna  Med LR 157: For doctor found guilty of sexual misconduct and suspended for 12 months. CHRP appeal on grounds of leniency of sentence successfully resisted.
- Yanah v GMC  LS Law Medical 143: For doctor in successful appeal against FTP’s decision to depart from specialist health advisor’s advice as to whether he suffered from dementia.
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Shaheen Rahman QC joins panellists at HRLA’s Review of the Year 2019 - Dec 2019
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Angus McCullough QC and Shaheen Rahman QC have tackled the question: ‘Disclosure in Closed Material Proceedings: What Has to Be Revealed?’ - Nov 2019
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Shaheen Rahman QC authors chapter in the UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 9 - Jul 2019
The 1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – Spring 2019 – Issue 1 - May 2019
Shaheen Rahman QC invited to speak at the JUSTICE Human Rights Law Conference 2018 - Oct 2018
Shaheen Rahman QC to speak at Hill Dickinson’s Medical Lecture Series 2018 with Prof. Derek Tuffnell and ENS Representatives - Oct 2018
Philip Havers QC and Shaheen Rahman QC appear in Supreme Court prisoner smoking ban appeal - Nov 2017
Law Pod UK Ep. 13: Tackling radicalisation through the civil courts - Oct 2017
Shaheen Rahman QC and Matthew Hill speak at the annual Justice Human Rights Law Conference - Oct 2017
1COR Public Law Seminar – Life, Liberty & Security - Sep 2017
The Times reports on Chambers extremism cases - Jun 2017
Martin Downs in new Radicalisation Judgment about protecting older children and vulnerable adults - Apr 2017
Marina Wheeler QC in Public Interest Immunity & Radicalisation case - Apr 2017
Oliver Sanders QC and Shaheen Rahman QC take Silk - Feb 2017
New QC Appointments Announced Oliver Sanders and Shaheen Rahman - Jan 2017
Philip Havers QC and Shaheen Rahman to appear in the Supreme Court in prisoner smoking case - Oct 2016
Shaheen Rahman acts for family in pill death case - Jul 2016
Control order upheld following rehearing - May 2016
Philip Havers QC and Shaheen Rahman in Prison Smoking Appeal - Feb 2016
Shaheen Rahman acting for the mother of woman hit by a train along with her 3 year old son - Apr 2015
Shaheen Rahman wins ruling on smoking in jail and the status of Crown premises - Mar 2015
Shaheen Rahman appeared as Special Advocate for a Claimant subject to a TPIM - Apr 2013
Members of 1COR acted in the Mid-Staffordshire NHS Trust Public Inquiry - Feb 2013