Jack Mitchell and Joe England, employment law barristers at 3PB, acted in the recent and high profile NHS whistleblowing case of Dr Raj Mattu.

9th February 2016

The facts Dr Raj Mattu was employed as a cardiologist at the Walsgrave Hospital in Coventry. In 2001, Dr Mattu made protected disclosures concerning patient ... read more

Jodie Mittell, criminal law barrister at 3PB, prosecutes in Olympic diver assault case

8th February 2016

Jodie Mittell, criminal law barrister at 3PB, prosecuted in the case of the Olympic silver medallist diver, Pete Waterfield, who was hit by a car ... read more

Sunyana Sharma invited to speak at IFCA’s Annual Enforcement Conference 2016

3rd February 2016

Sunyana Sharma was invited to give a seminar to the Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (IFCA) to train delegates from around the Country at the ... read more

Michelle Marnham (Call 1994) adds further strength to 3PB’s growing Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team

2nd February 2016

3PB are delighted to announce that Michelle Marnham, formerly of Tanfield Chambers, has joined chamber’s Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team. Michelle specialises in Personal ... read more

Victoria Jones recognised for her "great reputation" by the World Trademark Review 2016

26th January 2016

Victoria Jones is recommended as a Junior Counsel in the World Trademark Review 1000 2016 for her expertise in intellectual property matters: “Victoria Jones of ... read more

Commercial update: negligent professional advice – a once-only breach

26th January 2016

Continuing breach is an area of law that has suffered from a level of uncertainty. In the context of professional risk, it is often important ... read more

3PB continues to attract new tenants and talent

22nd January 2016

3PB is delighted to welcome new barristers as members of Chambers, who bring with them many years experience practising in a variety of areas of ... read more

Hayley Griffiths, 3PB family law barrister, advises in the Matter of D (A Child) (No 3)

20th January 2016

Hayley Griffiths acted on behalf of the Local Authority (Swindon Borough Council) in what Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division, described as  “the ... read more

Construction update: You can owe duties even if you’re not expecting payment

15th January 2016

The High Court has held (Burgess v. Lejonvarn 2016] EWHC 40 (TCC)) that a construction professional can owe a duty of care in negligence even ... read more


12th January 2016

3PB’s Katie Lee looks at a recent judgment in the Court of Appeal dealing with adjudication.  The case concerned an appeal by Harding, a building ... read more