Bhadra v General Medical Council & Others - Case management: Individuals should not be named as respondents just because they are "figureheads" of an organisation [2008] 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).

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