Old Square’s Nadia Motraghi is acting for the BMA in its judicial review of these controversial Regulations which impose a cap of £95,000 on public sector exits. The Regulations are due to come into force on 4 November 2020. Nadia is instructed by Nicola Mead-Batten at Capital Law and led by David Lock QC.
For further details regarding the judicial review please see the the BMA’s parliamentary briefing.
For enquiries relating to instructions on the Regulations, please contact William Meade or Graham Smith (details opposite).
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