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Stephen Hooper, who instructed Jim Duffy of 1 Crown Office Row, has successfully defended a GP surgery in a claim for clinical negligence, after a former patient fell pregnant and alleged that the surgery had negligently failed to prevent it.
Stephen Hooper and Simon Eastwood give some essential guidance on practising privileges for independent practitioners.
Regulatory expert, Stephen Hooper, highlights the importance of remaining objective as an expert witness.
Stephen Hooper assesses the latest regulations to explain what is expected of the dental team during the coronavirus pandemic.
Stephen Hooper appears in the latest issue of Modern Dentist Magazine to take part in their first Forum. The experts give their opinion to a number of questions focused on risk, clinical negligence and malpractice claims.
Stephen Hooper invited onto an episode of The Leaders Council podcast, which also included an interview with Lord Blunkett.
Stephen Hooper has co-authored an article with Dr Igor Blum, Consultant and Specialist in Restorative Dentistry at King’s College Longon, on consent in the post-Montgomery era.
Stephen Hooper, who instructed Clare Hennessy of Serjeants’ Inn Chambers (jointly-instructed by Hannah Eccles of DAC Beachcroft), has successfully defended a claim for clinical negligence against a GP Surgery.
Eastwoods Recognised in Legal 500 for Professional Discipline and Crime
Stephen Hooper has contributed an article to Implant Dentistry Today.
Stephen Hooper, who instructed Clare Hennessy of Serjeants Inn Chambers, successfully defended a Social Worker facing allegations of misconduct and lack of competence, before a Conduct and Competence Committee of the HCPC.
Stephen Hooper, who instructed Betsan Criddle of Old Square Chambers, defended a dentist facing multiple allegations of misconduct and/or deficient professional performance, before a Professional Conduct Committee of the GDC.
Stephen Hooper, who instructed Jeremy Hyam QC of 1 Crown Office Row, successfully represented a GP at the Court of Appeal, before Lord Justice Floyd.
GP Acquitted of Gross Negligence Manslaughter and Perverting the Course of Justice.