Practice areas: Notable case

Stem-Cell Doctor Struck Off (2010)

Tom Kark instructed by the General Medical Council.  Following allegations that a Dutch-trained Doctor offered stem cell treatment to multiple sclerosis sufferers the GMC found " the doctor had breached good medical practice by "exploiting vulnerable patients" and his actions had caused lasting harm.

Further report and details   BBC News

Fitness to Practise Panels and Press Release   General Medical Council

Notable cases:

R -v- Carbon and others (2014)
Kerry Broome and Tim Naylor secure conviction of armed robbers at Old Bailey.
Kerry Broome | Tim Naylor

R v Grover & Arura (2014)
Paul Raudnitz and Caoimhe Daly acted for Brent and Harrow Trading Standards in the prosecution of what is believed to be the
Paul Raudnitz | Caoimhe Daly

R v O and others (2014)
Defence counsel in a case involving the disposal of the proceeds of a £17 million fraud via complex money laundering sc
Nicholas Corsellis

R v RSP (2014)
Case involving a graphic designer who punched a fellow passenger who tragically died due to catastrophic brain injury shortly
Nicholas Corsellis

R v F and E (2014)
Manslaughter by arson.
Jocelyn Ledward

R v Yelland (2014)
Susannah Stevens defends John Yelland,  for illegal arms sales on the ‘dark web’.
Susannah Stevens

R -v- Clive Goodman, Rebekah Brooks, Andrew Coulson and others (2014)
CPS decide on retrial for Clive Goodman and Andy Couslon in News of the World hacking case
David Spens QC | Benn Maguire

R v McKenzie-Green (2014)
Prosecution of Oxfam's Head of Counter-Fraud.
Adam King

Operation Tabernula (2014)
The most complex insider dealing investigation undertaken so far by the Financial Services Authority
Mark Ellison QC | Tom Broomfield

GCC -v- Dr JT (2014)
Acted on behalf of Dr JT who faced allegations of sexually inappropriate and unprofessional conduct towards a patient.
Linda Strudwick