DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 60
The GDC’s own statistical analysis shows us:
Source: GDC 2017
– Men are more likely than women to be involved in FTP cases.
– Dentists who have taken the ORE are less likely than those qualified in the UK to find themselves involved in FTP proceedings.
– However, those from the EEA were more likely to come before the GDC.
DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 59
Dr Michalak was employed by the Mid-Yorkshire Hospitals until she was dismissed in July 2008. She complained that she had been discriminated against in the course of her employment. Pending the result of the action she brought against her employer, disciplinary proceedings were brought against Dr Michalak in relation to the care of patients and her...Read More
On 20th November 2017 we received the reserved judgment of the Manchester employment tribunal confirming our client had been successful in her claim for pregnancy related discrimination, among other things.
Louise Doyle had been employed by Associated Training Solutions Limited as a trainer/assessor for 1 year 11 months when she was dismissed due to allegations of gross misconduct. The...Read More
Over the last few months there have been a number of stories in the press in relation to transgender issues;
– Playboy featured its first transgender playmate, a successful model who has appeared in Italia Vogue and catwalk shows;
– The Methodist Church appointed its first transgender minister;
– A teacher was suspended for referring to a transgender boy as a girl;
– A...Read More
Our client, Dr Moussa Pacha, an Orthodontist from Syria, has successfully gained entry onto the Specialist List in the UK.
We assisted Dr Moussa Pacha with his application to gain entry on to the GDC’s specialist list. Unfortunately, this application was rejected by the SAC panel and so Dr Moussa Pacha, with our help, submitted an appeal to this decision.
A successful appeal
London, 16th November 2017 – Half day workshop
Julia Furley and Laura Pearce, two of JFH Law’s specialists in employment law, delivered the workshop Knowledge is power; getting to grips with the tribunal process, organised by the National Crime Officers Association (NCOA) This workshop took place on the 16th of November in London. The NCOA is a trade union for those who work at the...Read More