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Daniel Brown

Year of Call: 2012
Email Address: [email protected]
Telephone: 020 7583 8055

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Clerk Details

  • Clerk Name: Russell Porter
  • Clerk Telephone: 01865 793 736
  • Clerk Email: [email protected]

Public and Regulatory

Professional Regulatory/ Disciplinary proceedings

Daniel has advised and represented a wide range of healthcare professionals including doctors, dentists, nurses and midwives as well as NHS Trusts, Regulators and Care Homes in proceedings before the: General Medical Council/MPTS, General Dental Council, Health and Care Professions Council, Nursing and Midwifery Council, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, the British Psychoanalytic Council and others.

Daniel has experience of cases involving allegations of misconduct, lack of competence/deficient professional performance, ill-health and criminal convictions/cautions and has handled numerous serious, lengthy and complex cases involving: patient deaths, serious harm, dishonesty, CQC inspections, multiple parties and contested expert evidence. In addition to substantive hearings, Daniel has appeared in many interim order applications, reviews, restoration applications, registration appeals and fraudulent entry hearings.

Daniel’s recent work also includes advising a healthcare regulator regarding amendments to its Fitness to Practise Procedure.

Daniel Brown is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. Please contact Daniel for a copy of his privacy policy which sets out the basis upon which any personal data he may collect about you, or that is provided to him, will be processed by him. He will provide a copy of this policy to you within five working days of its request.

  • Articles
    • Mental health considerations in dishonesty cases, time limits and costs

      Daniel Brown analyses the case of Dr Sun v General Medical Council [2023] EWHC 1515 (Admin), which examines the significance of a doctor’s mental health difficulties in the context of findings of dishonesty. The judgment discusses the law on time limits, and provides a helpful demonstration of how CPR 52.19 (applications to limit recoverable costs) may be applied in statutory appeals of this nature.

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    • ‘Racially motivated’ or ‘racist’, what’s the difference?

      Daniel Brown reviews the case of Lambert-Simpson v HCPC [2023] EWHC 481 (Admin), a case in which the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) had to decide if a registered psychologist had made racially motivated comments on social media, thus impairing their fitness to practise.

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  • Recommendations

    Daniel Brown has a strong employment practice in areas including whistle-blowing and race discrimination claims. He is experienced in matters concerning historic allegations.
    Strengths: “Daniel is an excellent barrister, who is engaging and has a strong rapport with clients.”
    “He is always a safe, cost-effective option for counsel and a strong addition to any case.”
    “Daniel is an excellent barrister, who is engaging and has a strong rapport with clients.”
    “Dan is exceptional for his year of call and operates well beyond that. He is always a safe, cost-effective option for counsel and a strong addition to any case.”
    “Daniel is very good with clients. He puts witnesses at ease, and explains things easily. Daniel is also an articulate and bright person whom you want on your side.”

    Chambers UK 2024/Employment/Midlands Bar

    'A junior who is impressively articulate and dynamic in his advocacy.'

    Legal 500 2024/Professional Disciplinary and Regulatory Law/Leading Juniors/London Bar

    ‘Daniel's advocacy style is confident and persuasive.’

    Legal 500 2024/Employment/Leading Juniors/West Midlands Circuit

    'A confident and assured junior who provides pragmatic advice.'

    Legal 500 2024/Employment/Leading Juniors/London Bar

    'Daniel has a great analytical mind, and his real strength is assessing papers in detail at pace. He practices beyond his year of call.’

    Legal 500 2023/Employment/Leading Juniors/West Midlands Circuit

    ‘Daniel was excellent. He engaged well with the client and provided a superb strategy to a difficult claim.’

    Legal 500 2023/Employment/Leading Juniors/London Bar

    ‘Great manner with clients and very good at giving clear and thorough explanations and reasoning. Extremely helpful and genuinely interested in the progress of matters and in achieving good outcomes for clients.’

    Legal 500 2022/Employment/Leading Juniors/London Bar

    ‘Daniel puts witnesses, including those with disabilities, at their ease and client feedback is that he is a sound advocate.'

    Legal 500 2022/Employment/Leading Juniors/Midlands Circuit

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