Mark Mullins practices in employment and discrimination law, public law, professional discipline and regulatory law, healthcare law and the Court of Protection.
His employment and discrimination cases in the past year include USA v Nolan in the CJEU on the interpretation of collective redundancy rights under Directive 98/59 EU and the TULR(C)A 1992 and Chief Constable of Hampshire & South Central Ambulance Service v Bullale on “less favourable treatment” in the context of a race discrimination claim against a NHS Ambulance Trust. He has appeared in a disciplinary hearings in the GMC, GDC, NMC, and GPhC. Recent Court of Protection and healthcare cases have included Re E on the capacity of woman with anorexia to refuse food and treatment and Re XB on the validity of an advance directive about life sustaining treatment made by man with motor neurone disease towards the end of his life.
For more information, click here.
Information sourced from the Outer Temple Chambers website.
News from Outer Temple Chambers
News from The Lawyer
Briefings from Outer Temple Chambers
Police ordered to pay Human Rights Act damages for failure to conduct an adequate investigation into allegations of rape
Katarina Sydow examines the High Court’s decision to award Human Rights Act damages in respect of an inadequate police investigation following allegations of rape.
Experts’ literature deserves more attention in the earlier stages of cases because of the devastating effect that it can have at trial.