Fitness to Practise

September 18, 2014

Many professionals will face professional fitness to practise proceedings at some point during their careers. And it is often overlooked that criminal proceedings often trigger, run alongside or follow such proceedings. In his latest briefing, Stuart Sutton provides examples of the categories of allegations of criminality that may raise fitness to practise investigations. He also looks at the key elements of preparing for and defending such proceedings that can minimise the likelihood of being suspended or struck from a regulator’s register.

Read Stuart’s article in full at Fitness to Practise & Professional Conduct.

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