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Employment law resources from 3PB

3PB's specialist employment and discrimination barristers advise employers and employees across the whole range of employment law issues. With 25 barristers operating from six centres across the UK the team has the specialist knowledge and skills to advise and represent you. Here the team have gathered together some employment resources to provide a hub of legal knowledge, articles, newsletters, videos and podcasts. Please subscribe to receive invitations, news and updates from our specialist barristers.


October 2021 employment law newsletter out now

  Welcome to October's Employment law newsletter October rewards 3PB with four new fee-paid, part-time Employment Tribunal Judges as well as a record number of rankings for our team in the Legal 500 2022. Case law analysis is provided by - Andrew...

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3PB's employment law and discrimination barristers bring you the latest news and updates affecting employers and employees.

Employment law is a rapidly changing landscape with matter moving ever more quickly as employers adapt to changing circumstances and ever more complex case law. In this selection of articles, publications, videos and podcasts, employment barristers from specialist employment law chambers 3PB Barristers (3 Paper Buildings) bring you the very latest news and views.

Articles from 3PB employment law barristers

All the latest articles from 3PB's employment and discrimination team.

Visit our library of articles, case analyses and views written by members of our specialist employment law and discrimination team of experts.

Our barristers advise on and represent clients across the whole range of employment issues including unfair dismissal, discrimination, directors' duties, injunctions, investigations, remuneration, bonuses and notice pay, restrictive covenants, Transfer of Undertakings, whistleblowing, working time, holiday and sickness.

Should you offer an opportunity to appeal against redundancy, even if you think providing such an opportunity would be futile?

Andrew MacPhail analyses the CoA's decision in Gwynedd Council v S Barratt & I Hughes [2021] EWCA Civ 1322, which provides a reminder to employers to take particular care before declining to follow best practice on key matters such as...

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Two differently constituted tribunals reached different conclusions on the same compulsory retirement policy – but neither made an error of law

Katherine Anderson analyses The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of The University of Oxford v Professor Paul Ewart EA-2020-000128-RN, which highlights that proportionality assessment means it is possible for different ETs to reach different conclusions when considering the same measure adopted...

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Litigation privilege and the iniquity principle

Stephen Wyeth reviews Abbeyfield (Maidenhead) Society v Hart UKEAT/0016/21, a case which provides a useful indication of the high threshold that must be overcome to set aside the important and cherished principle that communications between advisers about contemplated litigation should...

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Protected disclosures: does Kong slam the door in the face of aggrieved claimants?

Colin McDevitt analyses Kong v Gulf International Bank (UK) Limited EA-2020-000357-JOJ, a case which emphasises the rare nature of the Jhuti exception when considering an invented reason for an automatically unfair dismissal following the making of a protected disclosure.

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Catch up with the latest employment law videos and webinars

Videos and podcasts available for ease of use from our specialist employment law team.

Many of our webinars, case law updates and other recordings are available as videos via our YouTube channel or as podcasts so that you can stay up to date in a way that suits you best.

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There's new content every month from our specialist team of employment barristers who advise on and represent clients across the whole range of employment law issues.

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