Dishonesty and lack of Integrity

10 August 2018

Is it time to re-visit Bolton?

If you’re in any way involved in the world of professional regulation it can’t have escaped your attention that the definition of what may constitute a lack of integrity has recently been defined, and arguably widened, by the Court of Appeal.

Iain Miller

25 May 2018

Case analysis: admissions lead to SRA dropping a dishonesty charge

Last month Solicitor Mohammed Abid (MA) avoided a strike-off, instead being suspended for six months for lending his mobile to a suspect in a police cell and then denying his actions to the police.  The sanction demonstrates how in some cases admissions can lead to a more favourable outcome.

Lucy Williams

14 March 2018

A useful shorthand: integrity in healthcare regulation Wingate and Evans v Solicitors Regulation Authority; SRA v Malins [2018] EWCA Civ 366

Last week, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in the combined appeals of Wingate and Evans v SRA; SRA v Malins [2018] EWCA Civ 366. 

Laura Vignoles

25 October 2017

Supreme Court overrules the Ghosh test - The Implications for Professional Disciplinary Proceedings

Ivey (Appellant) v Genting Casinos (UK) Ltd t/a Crockfords (Respondent) [2017] UKSC 67.

Iain Miller

11 July 2017

Dishonesty versus a want of integrity rears its head again

Williams and Solicitors Regulation Authority [2017] EWHC 1478 (Admin) 

Shannett Thompson

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