HCPC Defence Barristers were successful in persuading the HCPC investigating committee that our client had no case to answer. We were successful in persuading the HCPC investigating committee that our client had no case to answer. Our client, a social worker, had faced a number of allegations relating to failure to safeguard a service user in her care. In advance of consideration by the Investigating Committee, we had assisted in preparing a full statement and reflection and made legal submissions on our client’s behalf. The committee found that in the circumstances there was no realistic prospect of a finding of impaired fitness to practise and no case to answer.
Stephen McCaffreyRegulatory defence barrister specialising in HCPC, medical & healthcare defence law, appeals and defence.
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