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3PB’s Katie Lee reviews a recent TCC judgement concerning the doctrine of forum non conveniens and the application of Article 4 of the recast Brussels Regulation to a dispute with a Zambian element.

28th June 2016

Katie Lee reviews Lungowe & Ors v. Vedanta Resources PLC & Konkola Coppers Mines PLC [2016] EWHC 975 (TCC) in which the TCC has come ... read more


Andrew Perfect examines what Brexit means for Personal Injury

27th June 2016

Now what? A brief speculation about what the UK’s vote to leave the EU might mean for personal injury law - by 3PB Barrister Andrew Perfect, ... read more


Joe England appeals decision on the scope of protection for whistleblowers provided by s.43K Employment Rights Act 1996

23rd June 2016

Joe England appeared before the new President of the EAT, Simler J, in an important case analysing the scope of protection for ‘whistleblowers’ at s.43K ... read more


Mathew Gullick appears in UK Supreme Court case on scope of asylum appeal right

22nd June 2016

Mathew Gullick appeared as junior counsel for the Home Secretary in the UK Supreme Court in the case of MS (Uganda) v Secretary of State for ... read more


Jamal Demachkie appears in latest High Court case on relief from forfeiture

20th June 2016

The High Court has handed down judgment in the case of Pineport v Grangeglen [2016] EWHC 1318 (Ch), which concerns the circumstances in which the ... read more


3PB Barristers Employment team delivers Mock ET and Employment Law training to more than 200 ACAS delegates

10th June 2016

On 8 June, 3PB Employment barrister Sarah Bowen delivered an Employment Law Update at the ACAS South West conference in Bristol. Over 100 delegates attended. ... read more


3PB’s PI team raise money for Child Brain Injury Trust in charity quiz

10th June 2016

3PB’s Personal Injury team competed in the annual Hodge Jones & Allen charity quiz to raise much needed  funds for the Child Brain Injury Trust. ... read more


Louis Weston, 3PB Sports Law barrister, considers whether technological advances in sports equipment is cheating or evolution

3rd June 2016

Louis Weston, Sports Law Barrister at 3PB, has written a two part article analysing the dynamic interaction between technology and sport and whether technological advances ... read more


Oliver Isaacs, 3PB Employment Law barrister, advises in rare reinstatement case in Tribunal

27th May 2016

Oliver Isaacs, employment law barrister at 3PB,  represented a Claimant in a rare case involving the reinstatement of an employee.  In Re L, the Manchester Employment ... read more


Tim Bradbury, 3PB Criminal Law Barrister, appears in Court of Appeal case considering specific sexual offences under s63 of SOA 2003

26th May 2016

Tim Bradbury, criminal law barrister, appeared for the Respondent in R v Pacurar (2016)(19)SJ.37, CLW/16/19/3, [2016] EWCA Crim 569 where the Court of Appeal, in ... read more