GMC Defence BarristersGMC Defence Barristers is a subsidiary of Kings View Chambers, a leading medical and healthcare law firm specialising in GMC fitness to practise cases and is headed up by barristers Catherine Stock and Stephen McCaffrey.
Recent Case Studies
GMC Defence Barristers successful in lifting suspension in GMC case
GMC Defence Barristers’ lead counsel Catherine Stock has successfully argued for the lifting of a suspension order for a doctor accused of dishonestly.
GMC Defence Barristers successfully defend doctor before MPTS
Head of chambers, Stephen McCaffrey and Catherine Stock, have successfully defended a foundation doctor before the GMC’s Fitness to Practise Panel.
GMC Defence Barristers achieve “case closed” decision in GMC case
GMC Defence Barristers’ lead counsel Stephen McCaffrey achieve yet another case closed for doctor facing multiple allegations of fraudulent dishonesty.
GMC Defence Barristers secure case closed with no further action conclusion
MG approached us after an interim orders hearing at the MPTS with restrictive conditions on his licence resulting in him being unable to obtain suitable employment.
GMC Defence Barristers secures no case to answer in GMC case
GMC Defence Barristers’ lead counsel Stephen McCaffrey has secured no case to answer at the close of the GMC case.
Doctor happy with MPTS outcome for prescribing for family members
GMC Defence Barristers were successful in persuading the MPTS to impose a conditions of practise order for a short period for a doctor who had prescribed for himself and family members on 3 occasions.
What we do
GMC fitness to practise referrals
MPTS Interim Order hearings
Help with voluntary removal
Appeal against refusal of registration
GMC fitness to practise hearings
Preparing your case before the Case Examiners
Investigation and disciplinary hearings at work
Appeals against a MPTS Tribunal determination
Help with the decision of the Case Examiners
Restoration to the Register
Criminal investigation and proceedings
News and Blog
GMC has published the initial results of its first ever survey of SAS and LE doctors with many reporting “unfair treatment”.
A doctor, represented by GMC Defence Barristers, has avoided a practice suspension following a MPTS hearing where they were accused of dishonesty.
The GMG is responsible to regulating doctors ensuring that doctors are fit to practise. How does the GMC define fitness to practise?