The Investigating Committee (IC) panel is made up of people from within your profession and lay people from outside of your profession. Once your regulator has gathered all the information it requires and it considers there is a case to answer, it will submit that information along with its allegations to the IC which meets in private. The IC will then consider whether there a case to answer.
You will be presented with all of the information along with the allegations and given an opportunity to provide your written representations/observations before the IC meets. You will usually be provided with 28 days to provide your response along with any supporting information you have. We will help you consider all the information submitted against you and we will analyse and consider what information we should submit on your behalf to the IC.
Our experienced team of professional discipline solicitors have the knowledge and experience to look at the level of detail to represent you. Contact our expert solicitors on 0330 111 2814 or complete our online enquiry form.