Employment law barrister Thomas O'Donohoe examines the impact of the general election's result on employment cases
20th June 2017
In the wake of the snap general election's result, employment law barrister Thomas O'Donohoe examines how employment cases may be affected.
To read Thomas' analysis, click here.
14th July 2020
3PB barrister and author Sarah Langford will be speaking online to a sold-out audience on Thursday 16th July 2020 at 7pm. Sarah will talk first hand about her experiences of ''heartache and humour, of high drama and quiet pain'' as a barrister in the criminal and family courts, and about the process of writing and publishing her best-selling book ''In Your Defence''. The book received five star ratings and reviews across the Country. The Guardian...Continue reading
Faizul Azman has edited 3PB's latest Employment and Discrimination newsletter, including contributions from Grace Boorer, Joseph England, Craig Ludlow, Katherine Anderson, Naomi Webber, Daniel Brown and Grace Nicholls. The newsletter provides a round up of the latest employment law news, case law reviews from our leading barristers; and an update on the latest in our series of webinars and our new recorded case law updates. Click here to view the newsletter News and topics reviewed...Continue reading
Specialist 3PB education barristers Matthew Wyard and Alice de Coverley hosted a webinar this morning for those affected by last week’s A-level results. Watch the recording for some useful guidance now that the government has announced its decision to let teacher-assessed grades stand instead of those generated by the central algorithm.Continue reading
3PB Commercial Barrister Marc Brittain and Pupil Barrister Mariya Peykova consider complex commercial arrangements and the difficulties they can create for parties where their obligations are set out in a multitude of related contracts of a single contract containing inconsistent dispute resolution clauses. Marc and Mariya explore the most common scenarios in which courts are asked to interpret inconsistent dispute resolution clauses, with particular focus on the ‘centre of gravity’ approach, adopted by courts. Click...Continue reading