Mathew Gullick appointed to the rank of Queen’s Counsel (QC)
3PB’s Employment & Discrimination Group is delighted to announce that Mathew Gullick (Call 2003) will be appointed to the rank of Queen’s Counsel (QC) in March 2021 following the recent announcement of the results of the 2020 QC competition. Mathew was a pupil at 3PB and joined as a tenant in October 2004. He has practised in employment law since pupillage and is due to appear in the UK Supreme Court in November 2021, together...Continue reading
November employment law update out now!
3PB employment and discrimination barristers Stephen Wyeth and Lachlan Wilson talk about the latest rules on furlough, Vaughan v Modality Partnership, and Remote Hearings - Practice Direction and Open Justice. Bring yourself right up to date with the latest in employment law by watching this recording coming in at just over an hour:Continue reading
Coronavirus and employment law - latest news
Furlough With news that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been extended to 30 April 2021, employers would be wise to check the updated guidance on Gov.UK with regards to the current furlough arrangements and who can be included within the scheme. Click here to view the guidance. The Tribunals Late last week, and following the announcement of a third national lockdown, the Presidents of the Employment Tribunals in England and Wales and Scotland confirmed...Continue reading
Joseph England reviews the whistleblowing case of Dray Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald
3PB’s specialist employment and discrimination law barrister Joseph England, who last year authored a book on whisteblowing, provides an article examining the Court of Appeal's judgment on the case of Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald Europe. This case revisits wide-ranging issues of various fundamental whistleblowing concepts across its seven grounds of appeal. The judgment and the earlier EAT judgment provide a useful summary and discussion about key components of whistleblowing legislation and are a comprehensive read for...Continue reading