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    Daniel Brown edits the Employment and Discrimination team's October newsletter

    Daniel Brown has edited 3PB's October Employment and Discrimination newsletter, including contributions from Matthew Curtis, Sarah Clarke, Simon Tibbitts, Stephen Wyeth, Karen Moss, Grace Boorer, Lachlan Wilson, Grace Nicholls, Andrew MacPhail and Charlotte Hadfield. The newsletter brings you 3PB news, recordings as well as our case and legal analysis. You are also invited to register to attend our 8 October webinar on injunctions, restrictive covenants and team moves. Click here to view the newsletter. News...

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    3PB set to host 70’s-themed virtual charity quiz on Thursday for Birmingham Law Society

    3PB Barristers will be hosting a virtual quiz for Birmingham Law Society this Thursday 1st October 2020. The quiz will be in aid of the charity Child Brain Injury Trust CBIT, which is BLS President Inez Brown and the Birmingham Law Society’s nominated charity for 2020; and coincidentally a longstanding charity supported by the national chambers. To find out more, please click here. CBIT is an exceptional charity giving support for both emotional and practical...

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    The remote witnessing of wills: a last resort

    Until now, for a will or codicil to be valid, “presence” in the Wills Act 1837 required for the testator to be in the “line of sight”. This did not allow for the remote witnessing of wills. Probate barrister Lydia Pemberton examines The Wills Act 1837 (Electronic Communications) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Order 2020, which expressly provides that ““presence” includes presence by means of video conference or other visual transmission”, in real-time, for wills made since 31...

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  • 3PB Education Team publishes September newsletter

    Welcome to the second edition of the 3PB Education Team’s newsletter, edited by Matthew Wyard and featuring contributions from Caroline Stone, Katherine Anderson, Emma Waldron, Sarah Bowen, Naomi Webber, Alice de Coverley and news about Emma Waldron, Matthew Wyard and Hannah Bush. The past few months have been packed full with news and changes for the sector, with some of the most interesting changes for years, both from a political and legal perspective. Editing this quarter’s...

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