Regulatory Blog

4 January 2019

World Anti-Doping Agency confirms Russia misses doping deadline

On 20 September 2018, athletes and sports fans alike were left in shock following the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) controversial decision to reinstate the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) as compliant following allegations of mass state-sponsored doping.

Kathryn Sheridan

3 January 2019

Care homes take heed: if you have failed to pay the ICO data protection fee you could be breaking the law

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has commenced formal enforcement action against care homes that have failed to pay the data protection fee.

Kathryn Sheridan

2 January 2019

Court of Appeal reaffirms the need for detailed medical evidence in the event of seeking an adjournment on health grounds

On 13 December 2018, the Court of Appeal handed down its judgment in an appeal by the General Medical Council (the GMC) against a decision made by the High Court to allow an appeal by Dr Hayat. Dr Hayat had been erased from the medical register in February 2017. You can access our blog on the previous High court decision here

Sarah Atkinson

27 December 2018

Must an allegation against a doctor always be considered by the Case Examiners?

R (on the application of Rudling) v General Medical Council [2018] EWHC 3582 (Admin)

Shannett Thompson

21 December 2018

CMA and Kingman confirm sea-change for the audit sector

In November of this year we blogged on the Financial Reporting Council’s (‘FRC’) recently published report ‘Developments in Audit’ and highlighted that the FRC’s review was running in parallel with the Competition and Markets Authority (‘CMA’) review of the sector. As we reported, such extensive review has been triggered following the high-profile collapses of companies such as Carillion and BHS.

Charlotte Judd

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