Commercial update: Contracts - can acceptance by conduct override a requirement for signature?

25th May 2016

In what circumstances will a contract result when a written offer document states it is not binding until signed, and the recipient does not sign ... read more

Jack Mitchell and Andrew Bousfield assist with whistleblowing report as Prime Minister aims to strengthen laws to protect whistleblowers

20th May 2016

Jack Mitchell and Andrew Bousfield were invited to attend the Prime Minister’s opening conference on tackling money laundering, corruption and strengthening whistleblowing protection. The Conference heard ... read more

Thomas Talbot-Ponsonby, Property Law barrister at 3PB, considers the recent Law Commission's review on the proposed reform of the Land Registration Act 2002, LNB News 31/03/2016 166

17th May 2016

Thomas Talbot-Ponsonby, Property Law expert at 3PB Barristers, explores the primary concerns of the Law Commission’s review, suggesting there should be a greater focus on ... read more

3PB's Personal Injury team battle it out in aid of head injuries charity

13th May 2016

Some of 3PB's Personal Injury team pitted their wits against a strong line up of contenders at a charity fund raising quiz held in aid ... read more

Imogen Robins wins "Family Lawyer of the Year" 2016 award

11th May 2016

Imogen Robins awarded “Family Lawyer of the Year 2016” by Lawyer Monthly magazine 3PB Barristers warmly congratulates Imogen Robins on winning the “Family Lawyer of ... read more

Susan Jones appears in High Court on wonderland contractual interpretation

9th May 2016

Susan Jones, 3PB commercial law barrister appeared in the Chancery Division of High Court, Bristol Registry, in a case concerning contractual interpretation, following dismissal of ... read more

Commercial update: Using notification injunctions to preserve assets until trial

6th May 2016

Can a claimant invite the court, instead of granting a freezing injunction, to make a simple injunction requiring the defendant to notify him before he ... read more

3PB Barrister Paul Newman plays central role in mock adjudication at CIOB / CIARB event

29th April 2016

Paul Newman, construction barrister and RIBA and TecBar accredited adjudicator,  participated in a CIOB / Chartered Institute of Arbitrators ‘mock adjudication’ at The University of ... read more

Oliver Isaacs, 3PB employment law barrister, advises in high profile unfair dismissal Citibank NA case

28th April 2016

Oliver Isaacs, employment law barrister at 3PB represented Carly McWilliams in the high profile McWilliams v Citibank NA case. Judgment was recently announced with a ... read more

3PB Barrister Jane Rowley invokes ground breaking procedure before the General Pharmaceutical Council

28th April 2016

Professional Discipline barrister Jane Rowley successfully defended a Registrant before the Fitness to Practice Committee of the General Pharmaceutical Council, instructed by Stephensons Solicitors. Jane ... read more