Previous Events & Seminars

  • 3PB's Commercial and Business Legal Update Seminar

    Date: Tuesday 31st Oct 2017
    Time: 8:30 am - 10:00 am
    Venue: The Forbury Hotel One Forbury Square Reading RG1 3EJ

    3PB Barristers' Commercial & Business Law Group invites you to our breakfast seminar in Reading on 31 October 2017. Our breakfast seminars are aimed at solicitors and litigators in Commercial practice. The seminar, chaired by James Davies includes short presentations from Gavin Hamilton and Seb Oram discussing: Scope of Duty and Causation Loss: what can we learn from the Supreme Court in Gabriel-v-Little & Globalia Business Travel-v-Fulton Shipping Unfair Terms: a review of recent developments There is no charge to…

  • 3PB's Property Law Seminar - Bristol

    Date: Wednesday 25th Oct 2017
    Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    Venue: The Unilit Club 20 Berkeley Square Clifton, BS8 1HP

    3PB barristers' Property and Estates Group invites you to our Property Law seminar in Bristol on 25 October at 5.30pm. Chaired by Matthew Cannings, the event will include the following presentations: Cheryl Jones will consider "Life after Rollerteam - a new spin on estoppel and common intention trusts?" Thomas Talbot-Ponsonby, who acted for the claimants, will provide an analysis of "Baker v Craggs - whether overreaching can occur on the grant of an easement" There is no charge to attend this event, however spaces…

  • 3PB's Annual Intellectual Property Seminar

    Date: Thursday 12th Oct 2017
    Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    Venue: Hotel du Vin The Sugar House Narrow Lewins Mead Bristol BS1 2NU

    3PB barristers Commercial Law Group invites you to our Intellectual Property seminar in Bristol at 5.30pm on 12 October 2017. This event will include presentations from Victoria Jones and Nicole Bollard, which will be followed by networking over drinks and canapés. Victoria Jones will consider "2017 - A vintage year for trade mark decisions?" Nicole Bollard will look at "Copyright in 2017: from monkeys to the Matrix" There is no charge to attend this event,…

  • 3PB's 16th Annual London Construction Law Update Seminar

    Date: Tuesday 10th Oct 2017
    Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    Venue: The National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, SW1A 2HE, London, United Kingdom

    Our Construction and Engineering group is delighted to invite you to attend our 16th Annual London Construction seminar on 10 October.  The seminar, chaired by Graeme Sampson will include the following presentations: Peter Collie on “Dispute Avoidance - The new kid on the block" Peter Aeberli on "What future for "Smash and Grab"" Seb Oram on "Designers’ Liability in Tort for Non-contractual Services" There is no charge to attend this event, however spaces are limited so please book early to secure your…

  • Employment Law Breakfast Briefing - October 2017

    Date: Friday 6th Oct 2017
    Time: 8:00 am - 8:50 am
    Venue: 3PB Barristers Royal Talbot House 2 Victoria Street Bristol BS1 6BN

    3PB Barristers' Employment and Discrimination Group invites you to attend our next 'Friday Forum' employment law breakfast briefing on 6 October. This informal breakfast briefing seminar will provide a useful and quick update on the latest employment law and the opportunity to discuss and debate topical employment law issues, over coffee and pastries. Spaces are limited (for a smaller group discussion) so please book early to secure your place. Please extend the invitation to other…

  • 3PB's Education Law Team Training Update Seminar

    Date: Thursday 5th Oct 2017
    Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    Venue: 3 Paper Buildings, Temple Lane, EC4Y 7EU, London, United Kingdom

    What role is left for Judicial Review on the basis of appeals or potential appeals where there is an EHC Plan. There have been a number of High Court injunctions, or permission granted in the Administrative Court, where appeals are either pending, about to commence involving children and young persons with EHC Plans.  Some of these cases have involved Section 20 of the Children Act and its application of Section 19 of the 1996 Act. …

  • Employment Case Law Updates - October 2017

    Date: Monday 2nd Oct 2017
    Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am
    Venue: 23 Beaumont Lane, Oxford, OX1 2NP, United Kingdom

    3PB Barristers' Employment and Discrimination Group invites you to our bi-monthly employment case law breakfast updates in Oxford on Monday 2 October. This informal breakfast briefing seminar will provide a useful and quick update on the latest employment law and the opportunity to discuss and debate topical employment law issues, over coffee and pastries. Spaces are limited (for a smaller group discussion) so please book early to secure your place. Please extend the invitation to other members of your team. There is no charge to attend. Your host…

  • Legal Implications for the Modern Family

    Date: Thursday 28th Sep 2017
    Time: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
    Venue: The Green House Hotel, 4 Grove Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3AX

    Coles Miller Solicitors are delighted to host 3PB Barristers for a one day family seminar. Speakers include: Hamish Dunlop - Treatment of Business in Financial Planning Mark Elliott - Pre/Post Nuptial Agreements Rachael Goodall - Third Party Interests Enforcement Emma Harman - Modern Families: Surrogacy - An Overview of Domestic and International Arrangements and Surrogacy Disputes Steven Howard - Hague Convention/Relocation - Domestic and International Oliver Thorne - Rule 9.9A Variation/Setting Aside

  • Employment Law Breakfast Briefing - September 2017

    Date: Friday 8th Sep 2017
    Time: 8:00 am - 8:50 am
    Venue: 3PB Barristers Royal Talbot House 2 Victoria Street Bristol BS1 6BN

    3PB Barristers' Employment and Discrimination Group invites you to attend our next 'Friday Forum' employment law breakfast briefing on 8 September. This informal breakfast briefing seminar will provide a useful and quick update on the latest employment law and the opportunity to discuss and debate topical employment law issues, over coffee and pastries. Spaces are limited (for a smaller group discussion) so please book early to secure your place. Please extend the invitation to other…

  • Employment Case Law Update - 2 August 2017

    Date: Wednesday 2nd Aug 2017
    Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am
    Venue: 23 Beaumont Lane, Oxford, OX1 2NP, United Kingdom

    3PB Barristers' Employment and Discrimination Group invites you to our bi-monthly employment case law breakfast updates in Oxford on Wednesday 2 August This informal breakfast briefing seminar will provide a useful and quick update on the latest employment law and the opportunity to discuss and debate topical employment law issues, over coffee and pastries. Spaces are limited (for a smaller group discussion) so please book early to secure your place. Please extend the invitation to other members of your team. There is no charge to attend. Your…

  • Probate Law Update seminar

    Date: Tuesday 13th Jun 2017
    Time: 5:45 pm - 7:30 pm
    Venue: Southampton Football Club, St Mary's Stadium, Matthew Le Tissier Suite, Britannia Road, Southampton, S014 5FP

    This free evening seminar will provide an update on the latest probate law issues with the opportunity to discuss these with our expert barristers. Seminar Programme Joshua Dubin (Group Head) - Introduction Martin Strutt - "Validity of Wills" James Davies - "The Implications of Ilot v Mitson" There is no charge to attend, however spaces are limited so please book early to secure your place. Time 17:45 - Registration with refreshments 18:00 - Session starts promptly 19:30 - Session ends with networking afterwards…

  • Education Training Update seminar

    Date: Thursday 25th May 2017
    Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    Venue: 3PB London, 3 Paper Buildings, Temple, London, EC47 7EU

    Damages claims against Universities and Schools The seminar will cover claims in damages against universities and independent schools for breach of contract and in relation to claims under the Equality Act. These claims involve different considerations.  In recent years due to the increase in fees charged by universities, claims in damages by students have increased.  Few cases have gone to full hearings, but there have been a number of settlements, some of them reasonably substantial.…