Bhadra v General Medical Council & Others - Case management: Individuals should not be named as respondents just because they are "figureheads" of an organisation  EAT
After 10 years of unsuccessful litigation against the GMC, Mr Bhadra was struck off the Register. He claimed this was victimisation and harassment; the GMC said it was for not paying his dues.
This appeal was against Pre-Hearing Review decisions - (1) the order that claims against named respondents (the President and the Registrar) should be struck out and that (2) evidence should be limited to post-2005 events (not right back to 1997. HHJ McMullen dismissed the appeal).