Employment case law update now available
11th June 2020
During this recorded case law update Sarah and Grace outline the most recent decisions and offer their thoughts on the implications for practitioners.
February employment case law update now available
In case you missed it in this month's newsletter; 3PB barristers Mark Green and Sarah Bowen bring you the latest in employment law in this month's recorded briefing covering: · University College London v Mr T Brown UKEAT/0084/19/VP · Sarnoff v YZ  EWCA Civ 26 · Santander UK plc and ors v Bharaj EAT 0075/20 · Crew Employment Services Camelot v Mr W Gould  UKEAT/0330/19/VP · Weber v Universal Ogden Services 2002 ·...Continue reading
February's employment law newsletter out now
In our latest edition we bring you employment law news on harassment, Covid-19 and its impact on discrimination matters and hearings.Continue reading
Our team has analysed key employment law cases in written as well as podcast and video formats.
Finally, we invite you to register for our first live employment law webinar of 2021, due to take place on 18 February.
Welcome to April's newsletter In this edition we welcome Mathew Gullick QC's appointment as Silk and our new tenant Alex Leonhardt. We also introduce you to our new on-line employment law resources. Our team has reviewed the judgments in the following cases: Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake & Others  UKCS 8; Asda Stores Ltd v Brierley; Rodgers v Leeds Laser Cutting Ltd; Mallon v AECOM Ltd; Page v Lord Chancellor and ors; Smith v Pimlico Plumbers Ltd UKEAT/0211/19/DA and...Continue reading
3PB Barristers' two new Silks - family barrister Lucy Hendry QC and public and employment law barrister Mathew Gullick QC - started their first day as Queen's Counsel today, after their appointments were announced last December. Lucy Hendry QC was called to the Bar in 1988 and is a family barrister who specialises in all areas of public and private children’s law. Mathew Gullick was called to the Bar in 2003. A specialist in public...Continue reading