Title

Healthcare Law Specialists

Qualifications

Healthcare Law Specialists

Specialty

Region

Mr Paul Grant And Mr Simon Butler

Paul Grant, Solicitor and partner at BSG Solicitors LLP, Deputy District Judge and non-practising Osteopath. Paul runs a niche healthcare department within his firm over many years dealing with medical ethics, start-up practices, advising on contracts, employment practice standards and representing and defending osteopaths, chiropractors, doctors, dentists and psychotherapists and many others.


Simon Butler is a Healthcare Law specialist and is frequently instructed to act for a wide range of medical practitioners, Chiropractors, Osteopaths, NHS Trusts, Partnerships, NHS Commissioning Boards and NHS England.

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Mr Paul Grant And Mr Simon Butler

Healthcare Law Specialists |

Paul Grant, Solicitor and partner at BSG Solicitors LLP, Deputy District Judge and non-practising Osteopath. Paul runs a niche healthcare department within his firm over many years dealing with medical ethics, start-up practices, advising on contracts, employment practice standards and representing and defending osteopaths, chiropractors, doctors, dentists and psychotherapists and many others.


Simon Butler is a Healthcare Law specialist and is frequently instructed to act for a wide range of medical practitioners, Chiropractors, Osteopaths, NHS Trusts, Partnerships, NHS Commissioning Boards and NHS England.

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Book onto a unique, cutting-edge healthcare CPD course. Evening and all-day courses available.

Get in touch

Call:

020 7042 1899

Email:

develop@oryon.co.uk

Upcoming courses

Webinar: Delivering Osteopathic, Physio & Chiro Services in a Covid-19 World

With Mr Paul Grant And Mr Simon Butler, Healthcare Law Specialists

Tue 26th May 2020 | 19:00 - 21:00 | £39+VAT | Webinar

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