Index for "4th Edition, Chapter 12"
In the case of Simms v Conlon & Anor
 EWCA Civ 1749
it was held that where the
issues in a civil action overlap to a significant
degree with those in disciplinary proceedings (in
this case a fin...
While the expression of an independent opinion
is a necessary quality of expert evidence, it does
not always follow that it is sufficient condition
in itself. Where an expert has a material or
In General Medical Council v Meadow 
EWCA Civ the Court was unanimous in overruling the
first instance decision of Collins J by that an
expert witness is immune from disciplinary,
regulatory or ...
It has been said that there can be ‘no
reasonable objection to the Solicitor’s
Disciplinary Tribunal reading ( the judgment of a
Chancery Judge in a related matter ), provided it
was clear and rig...
Where the issues in a civil action overlap to
a significant degree with those in disciplinary
proceedings (in this case a finding of dishonesty)
and it would be expensive and time-consuming to
The Social Security Commissioner has given the
following guidance on how the evidence of an
approved disability analyst should be assessed. --
1. In so far as the advice consists of an
The fact that a witness who gives an opinion
has not examined, or even seen, the claimant does
not render the evidence inadmissible. It is,
though, relevant to the value that the tribunal may
give to ...
A power to admit hearsay evidence in
disciplinary proceedings is not necessarily
incompatible with The European Convention on Human
Rights. -- Article 6(3) of the Convention provides
that ‘everyone ...