3PB shortlisted for Chambers of the Year 2021
26th August 2021
3PB Barristers are delighted to have been shortlisted again for Chambers of the Year at the British Legal Awards. The awards take place this year on 17 November at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
The shortlist can be found here.
Matthew Wyard issues urgent advice to businesses facing ransomware attacks / cyber attacks
3PB Barristers’ specialist regulatory law barrister Matthew Wyard is writing a series of articles on all things data protection and cyber law related as part of 3PB’s new “Cyber Law Series”. The first article, which was published today, addresses the risk of a ransomware attack and considers the practical steps that businesses and public bodies urgently need to take in order to pre-empt such an event and what to do if disaster strikes. Matthew’s article...Continue reading
3PB’s specialist commercial law barristers David Parratt QC (pictured right) and Rebecca Farrell (pictured left) have reviewed a recent report published by the Civil Justice Council entitled ‘Compulsory ADR (“the Report”). The Report has generated much interest since the authors of the Report consider ‘any form of ADR which is not disproportionately onerous and does not foreclose the parties’ effective access to the court will be compatible with the parties’ Article 6 rights’. This is...Continue reading
What next for aluminium cladding?
Watch a discussion of the legal issues surrounding aluminium cladding in the UK in the context of developments elsewhere in the world, notably in Australia. David Parratt QC and Philip Bambagiotti, specialist construction law barristers at 3PB, share their thoughts in this short video:Continue reading
Matthew Wyard advises businesses on defending the raft of new data protection and privacy claims
3PB Barristers’ specialist regulatory law barrister, Matthew Wyard (pictured here) has released the second article in 3PB’s Cyber Law Series. The feature looks at the raft of recent claims brought for breaches of statutory duty under the UK GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018. The article considers how to address the merits and quantum of data protection claims and gives practical tips for dealing with claims. This includes challenging claimant arguments that the Court...Continue reading