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

David Richards reviews Fleet Maritime Services v the Pensions Regulator, on the applicability of automatic pensions enrolment for peripatetic employees

26th April 2016

This case presents an interesting review by Leggatt J of the applicability of automatic enrolment provisions of the Pensions Act 2008 and the role of ... read more

Commercial update: Failed consideration and additional damages – a game of two halves

26th April 2016

If a contract for work and materials is performed badly, can there be a total failure of consideration? By what ‘performance’ is that question to ... read more

Jack Mitchell looks at the treatment of whistleblowers around the world

21st April 2016

Employment analysis: Jack Mitchell of 3PB looks at the treatment of whistleblowers in the public and private sectors around the world and discovers vastly different ... read more

Katherine Dunseath appears in landmark case

19th April 2016

Katherine Dunseath successfully represented the mother in this leading High Court case on circumcision on non medical grounds and temporary removal from the jurisdiction, which ... read more

Mark Green is successful in the EAT on the case of Brighton v Tesco UKEAT/0165/15/DM

18th April 2016

The matter was sifted to a 3(10) preliminary hearing before the President of the EAT, due to the apparent weakness of the case. Persuading Langstaff P ... read more

Another success for Mark Green in the EAT on the case of Ndebele v Kasterlee UKEAT/0307/15/DM

18th April 2016

The matter concerned a finding that the Claimant could not claim loss of earnings for periods in which she did not put herself forward for work (on a ... read more

3PB Barrister Michelle Marnham to walk 50 kilometres in aid of Demelza Hospice Care for Children

18th April 2016

On 22nd May, Michelle Marnham will be walking 50 kilometres in aid of Demelza Hospice Care for Children. The walk will be from Sittingborne to Eltham and ... read more