3PB Head of Chambers David Berkley QC (pictured here) and fellow commercial litigation barrister Neil Fawcett have been burning the midnight oil since Christmas ahead of today’s test case in favour of their clients, most of whom are small to medium-sized businesses, after the Supreme Court found in favour of the Financial Conduct Authority in their case against Arch Insurance and other UK insurers. Some insurers have already paid out on certain claims, but many have...
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In July 2013, barrister Sunyana Sharma started a whole new area of regulatory and disciplinary law when she took up a secondment as a Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) case presenter. For six months, she presented NMC cases up and down the country. The birth of her daughter in 2016 brought fresh challenges in returning to private practice and doing a three-week trial in Manchester at the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service when still breastfeeding and...
On 24 December 2020 the UK and EU reached three agreements setting out the future relationship between the parties. Those three agreements comprise of the trade and co-operation agreement, the security of classified information agreement and finally the Euratom UK nuclear co-operation agreement. For the purposes of UK employment law practitioners, the key agreement is the trade and co-operation agreement. On 31 December 2020 the future relationship agreements were published, subject to final revisions. The...