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Professional Misconduct

Severe wrongdoing, transgression or gross misconduct are severe accusations, whether in an employment context or in public office.

Such claims can be made across any type of variety of sectors– as well as Khans Solicitors have accessibility to in home specialists able to recommend on employment law, criminal regulation, organisation crime as well as fraud, white collar criminal activity, residential property and also housing regulation, healthcare and also mental health legislation, immigration law and also family regulation.

Khans Solicitors are able to advise in cases of serious wrongdoing or misconduct involving police misconduct, serious wrongdoing in the financial sector (eg breach of fiduciary trust or fraud), misconduct in the care sectors – including cases involving whistleblowing – and allegations of misconduct in public office.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    While it’s a great thing to have a profession, the fact is that your professional status puts you at the mercy of a range of professional bodies when things go wrong, or even when unsubstantiated allegations are made against you.

    Many regulatory bodies hold immense powers to investigate and judge you. They can impose penalties that can damage your livelihood and even end your career.

    We’ve specialised in professional misconduct cases for many years, for clients including doctors, dentists, nurses, chiropractors, opticians, paramedics, solicitors, barristers, accountants, chartered surveyors, teachers, police officers, social workers, and insolvency practitioners.

    While we’ve learned a great many things in this time, there are two key facts that stand out above all others:

    • Every professional body has its own unique disciplinary processes
    • There are no written rules to help you to prepare an effective defence

    This doesn’t mean you have to be helpless in the face of a misconduct investigation or disciplinary hearing. What it does mean is that you need help and support from specialist misconduct solicitors. We’ve first-hand experience of how professional bodies conduct investigations into alleged breaches.

    It’s also worth noting that if you’ve become aware of any impending investigation, inspection or Fitness to Practice hearing, the sooner you seek help the more likely a successful outcome will be.

    Call us right away on 020 8553 5995 or contact us online and we’ll call you.

    In addition to a wealth of professional misconduct experience, we’ve also built up an extensive support network over the years.

    These colleagues include clinical practitioners, educational deans, forensic accountants and former regulatory inspectors. With their invaluable experience and advice on our side, we can help you with misconduct-related issues including:

    • Professional competency
    • Personal behaviour
    • Health
    • Acting beyond scope of practice
    • Dishonesty
    • Criminal allegations
    • Fraud
    • Breaches of conditions/notices
    • Plagiarism
    • Research misconduct
    • Malicious and vexatious complaints
    • Defamation and harassment
    • Whistleblowing
    • Self-referrals
    • Risk assessments and reviewing policies
    • Data Protection/FOIs/Third Party disclosures/Consent
    • Remediation and Personal Reflections

    If you’re under investigation or suspension by a professional body for these or any other matters, call us now on 020 8553 5995 or contact us online and we’ll call you.

    The most important thing to do if you’re accused of professional misconduct is to take specialist advice immediately. Our initial consultation is free and a ‘sense check’ of the allegations against you.

    During the consultation we’ll seek to assess the seriousness of your position and provide you with a ‘road map’ of your options, including the potential outcomes and costs.

    Where possible we’ll work with your indemnity insurers or union to help with access funding. If this isn’t possible, we’ll always strive to break the process into a series of fixed fees and staged payments.

    If you’ve been accused of professional misconduct call us right away on 020 8553 5995 or contact us online and we’ll call you.