New collection of blogs available now from 3PB's pupils
10th June 2020
3PB’s pupil barristers Mariya Peykova, Georgina Dietrich, Alex Leonhardt, Tagbo Ilozue and others have contributed articles to the second edition of the pupils' newsletter, ‘’Publications during the Pandemic’’.
To read the articles in full please click here.
The Federal Republic of Nigeria v Process & Industrial Developments Ltd: $11bn Arbitration Award Successfully Challenged for Serious Irregularity
Poppy Watson (picture here), specialist commercial barrister at 3PB Barristers’ (3 Paper Buildings), and former in-house energy lawyer, analyses the recent case of The Federal Republic of Nigeria v Process & Industrial Developments Limited  EWHC 2638 (Comm). The case in question involved a challenge to an $11bn arbitration award obtained by Process & Industrial Developments Limited against The Federal Republic of Nigeria, on the basis that the initial proceedings had been affected by fraud....Continue reading
Charlotte Hadfield and Alice de Coverley successful for parent against London Borough in appeal over EHCP
Charlotte Hadfield, head of 3PB’s nationally ranked specialist education law team, led fellow member of chambers Alice de Coverley in successfully representing the Respondent parent in this recent appeal brought by London Borough of Camden regarding the Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) put in place for a teenager with a range of additional needs. The appeal concerned the Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) authorised by the First-tier Tribunal for the claimant's son, P, a child...Continue reading
3PB’s Family Law Team exceeds expectations in Chambers & Partners 2024
3PB Barristers’ Family Law team has been rewarded with 22 individual rankings in this year’s Chambers and Partners edition published today. The team is once again rewarded with Band 1 rankings for both Family Children and Family Finance in the Midlands. Our barristers also retain their Band 2 ranking in Western. To well-deserved accolades in the London Bar, the team now also adds a ranking in South Eastern. 3PB’s national team thanks the clients and...Continue reading
Nick Kaplan successful in recent case of Providence v Hexagon Housing
In Providence Building Services Limited v Hexagon Housing Association Limited, in which 3PB construction barrister Nick Kaplan acted as junior counsel for the successful defendant Housing Association, Hexagon, the Technology and Construction Court (the “TCC”), has made a recent decision about the Termination for Employer Default provisions at clause 8.9 of the JCT Design and Build Contract 2016, which is one of the most widely used forms of contract in the construction industry. The TCC...Continue reading