Recent Cases

Stephen McCaffrey successfully persuade medical practitioners’ tribunal that doctor’s fitness to practise is not impaired as hearing is closed at stage 1.

In this case, our client was a pharmacist owner. He contacted us on recommendation in the midst of a complex issue involving the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), NHS and the police.

Stephen successfully persuade MPTS to impose no sanctions for doctor in case involving allegations of dishonesty, intimidation and threatening behaviour.

Kings View Chambers represented a paramedic facing Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) fitness to practise proceedings.

Stephen represented a doctor accused of harassing a junior doctor, persuading MPTS that doctor’s fitness to practise is not impaired.

Stephen advised & represented a London consultant investigated for dishonesty connected to time spent in private practice whilst on sick leave from the NHS.

Mr D approached Stephento take on his case having been recommended by his co-respondent in a Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) proceedings.

Stephen represented two Osteopaths running a large well known central London practice in partnership.

A doctor’s fitness to practise was found not impaired in a case involving a police caution for an issue of violence against a child which was referred to the GMC.

Kings View Chamber’s lead counsel, Stephen McCaffrey, has successfully defended an Osteopathic practitioner before the General Osteopathic Council (GOC).