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Michael Mylonas KC KC
Barrister specialising in clinical negligence, health and safety and personal injury. Michael has a broad practice focused on the following areas: clinical negligence and personal injury claims, disciplinary and regulatory issues arising in relation to human fertilisation and embryology and human tissue act claims, all aspects of discipline in the field of healthcare (GMC, GDC, PCT, FTT and UT hearings), all aspects of medical treatment and welfare decisions both under the Court’s inherent jurisdiction and in the Court of Protection, all aspects of health and safety law including in particular preparing for and defending investigations and prosecutions against construction companies, railway undertakings, automotive and engineering companies, aviation undertakings, schools and universities. Michael also advises in relation to sports discipline generally and aviation law. He holds a pilot’s license (rotary) and a British Racing Driver’s License. He is a member of the Hurlingham Polo Association and has advised and represented sportsmen before a variety of disciplinary bodies. Michael’s expertise is acknowledged in all these areas by the legal directories where he is recommended as an expert in three individual categories: (a) clinical negligence; (b) Court of Protection; and (c) discipline/regulatory.
Called 1988; Silk 2012; Gray’s Inn; contributory editor ‘Lloyd’s Medical Law Reports’.
Eton College; Buckingham University (1986 LLB (Hons)); Bar School (1988).
Polo; member Hurlingham Polo Association.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 1 (Leading Silks)Ranked: Tier 1
Michael Mylonas KC –Serjeants’ Inn Chambers ‘Michael is excellent in terms of his knowledge of the Court of Protection. He provides those instructing him with clear and practical advice. He is a supreme problem solver who can see a clear pathway through difficult situations.’