Category: General News

3PB Barrister Katherine Anderson analyses the latest employment law cases at Bristol chambers Forum

3PB Employment barrister Katherine Anderson presented an analysis of the latest employment law cases at Bristol chambers breakfast event. The analysis, prepared by Katherine, Sarah Bowen and Craig Ludlow covered the topics below. Click here to read the full handout. 6 year time limit for recovery of compensation does not apply to Unauthorised Deductions from Wages Claims: AM Coletta v Bath Hill Court (Bournemouth) […]

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3PB’s Hamish Dunlop in Supreme Court today representing husband in the groundbreaking Owens v Owens divorce case

Hamish Dunlop, Head of 3PB Barristers Family Law Group, led by Nigel Dyer QC, and instructed by solicitors Hughes Paddison of Cheltenham, has represented the husband and respondent Hugh Owens in the Supreme Court’s hearing of the groundbreaking Owens v Owens divorce case. The Supreme Court today, Thursday 17 May,  will consider an application from […]

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3PB Barrister Nicholas Cotter argues exception circumstances in a dishonesty case before the SRA

Nicholas Cotter successfully argues exceptional circumstances in a dishonesty case before the Solicitors Regulatory Tribunal. The case involved evidentially challenging any issues of intention relating to third parties and a reasoned approach to the criteria laid out in the case of Sharma in order to preserve the career of a solicitor. Click here to read […]

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James Davies examines "The Importance of Making a Will and Tricky Issues" in LexisNexis Webinar

James Davies appeared  in a LexisNexis Webinar entitled “The Importance of Making a Will and Tricky Issues”. James talked about statutory wills, in the context of testators who lacked capacity, and how to guard against claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975. James has a commercial and chancery practice, with an […]

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3PB Barrister Sarah Bowen analyses the latest employment law cases

3PB barrister Sarah Bowen analyses the latest employment law cases, covering the following topics at our Oxford Employment Breakfast Seminar. Click here to read the full update. 6 year time limit for recovery of compensation does not apply to Unauthorised Deductions from Wages Claims: AM Coletta v Bath Hill Court (Bournemouth) Property Management Ltd [2018] UKEAT/0200/17/RN (29 March 2018) Failure to […]

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3PB criminal barrister Thomas Acworth secures the acquittal of a young man accused of sexual assault

3PB criminal barrister Thomas Acworth secured an acquittal for a young man who was accused of sexually assaulting teenage girl at a house party.  The case involved close analysis of physical injuries said to have been caused by the Defendant.  Presenting the case  required running the defence of fabrication in tandem with putting the crown […]

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Advice of 3PB Barrister sitting as an Inspector in Village Green Inquiry approved in Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal has recently restored the finding of 3PB planning and public law barrister William Webster on statutory incompatibility in his report when sitting as an Inspector in a village green inquiry for Surrey County Council in 2015. The decision of Gilbart J on this issue (in which he rejected the inspector’s advice […]

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3PB Sports in match-fixing corruption case in international badminton tournaments

Louis Weston, Head of the 3PB Sports Group, represented the Badminton World Federation (BWF) in the prosecution of the top players Zulfadli Zulkiffli and Tan Chun Seang for match fixing and point fixing. Following a hearing in February in Singapore, the two players, who contested the charges were found in breach and suspended for 20 […]

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