An Employment Judge ruled last week that Professor Hakim, represented by Mary O’Rourke QC, should be reinstated to his job at the Hammersmith Hospital in April.
In December 2015, an employment tribunal ruled that Professor Hakim had been unfairly dismissed, however the Trust resisted his reinstatement at a subsequent hearing in early January.
Mary O’Rourke QC was instructed by Sara Wilson of Charles Russell Speechleys LLP.
Read more about the case by clicking here.
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