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Employment Case Law Update by Sarah Bowen – May 2017 Edition

22nd May 2017

Sarah Bowen, barrister in our Employment and Equalities Group brings you our latest Case Law Update. Please click here to view Sarah’s handout.


In Court of Appeal, Karen Moss successfully applied to set aside permission to appeal from EAT

22nd May 2017

Philcox v CGDM Ltd TA Andrew Wilson and Co Involved a lengthy employment tribunal hearing concerning allegations of unfair dismissal and very serious sex discrimination, ... read more


'Unreasonableness' in costs applications. Joe England considers small claims guidance and its application in Employment Tribunals

19th May 2017

Joe England considers the latest guidance provided by the Court of Appeal on 'unreasonableness' in relation to costs applications in the Small Claims Court, including ... read more


Thomas Acworth on Essop & Ors Home Office and Naeem v Secretary of State for Justice

18th May 2017

Thomas Acworth summarises an important decision given in Essop & Ors Home Office; Naeem v Secretary of State for Justice regarding indirect discrimination.  Click here for ... read more


Ian Partridge - RIP

13th May 2017

3PB is deeply saddened to announce that, on Tuesday 9 May 2017, Ian Partridge died in his study at his home in Ladywell, after a ... read more


Gemma White completes LLM in Sports Law from De Montfort University, with Distinction

12th May 2017

Gemma White has completed her LLM in Sports Law and Practice at De Montfort University, Leicester and will formally graduate with Distinction in July 2017. Gemma ... read more


Louis Weston recognised for his Excellence in Sports Law Services

12th May 2017

Louis Weston received a further Award celebrating his expertise in Sports Law advice. Louis was nominated by a large sample of corporate professionals, whose testimonies ... read more


The Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 has received Royal Assent

11th May 2017

The Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 received Royal Assent on 27 April 2017. The Act is expected to come into force in the Autumn ... read more


‘Unreasonableness’: costs applications in the Small Claims Court by Joe England

11th May 2017

In what circumstance should a Court determine that a Party to proceedings has behaved unreasonably, for the purpose of awarding Costs in small claims court? ... read more


Andrew Lorie led by Ruth Henke QC on a finding fact hearing concerning the poisoning of a small child

9th May 2017

3PB Family Barrister Andrew Lorie was led by Ruth Henke QC on the reported finding fact hearing Re: R-T. The case, before HHJ Moradifar, arose following ... read more