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17th December, 2019

Tom Gilbart succeeds in major case for the General Medical Council

Tom Gilbart has represented the GMC in a case which lasted several months; involved allegations of dishonesty against a leading medical academic and attracted national press attention.

The case involved many weeks’ worth of evidence from a host of senior witnesses including numerous knights of the realm and a Nobel prize winner.

The tribunal concluded that the doctor had behaved dishonestly and suspended him from medical work.

Tom Gilbart deals with a variety of regulatory work and his CV can be found here.



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