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.
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
Lachlan Wilson edits the Employment and Discrimination team's November newsletter
Lachlan Wilson presents 3PB's November Employment and Discrimination newsletter, including contributions from Joseph England, Colin McDevitt, Stephen Wyeth, Craig Ludlow and Sarah Clarke. The newsletter brings you 3PB news, recordings as well as case updates and legal analysis. You are also invited to register to attend our webinar on whistleblowing on 12 November. Click here to view the newsletter. News items include: Furlough (CJRS) Scheme extended until March 2021 Changes announced to clear employment tribunal...Continue reading
Chambers & Partners 2021 UK Bar directory lists a record nine of our employment barristers as leading Juniors in its latest edition. With one of our team ranked in the South Eastern Bar and the remaining eight ranked in the Western Bar, 3PB’s Employment and Discrimination group achieves an overall Band 2 rating in the Western Bar. The directory acknowledges ‘A set with an excellent profile in discrimination law and other employment issues. In addition...Continue reading