Previous Events & Seminars
Employment law webinar - 9 July
Date: Thursday 9th Jul 2020 Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Venue: Via Zoom
3PB employment barristers Katherine Anderson and Naomi Webber will be hosting an employment law webinar on 'Religion and Belief in the Workplace' on 9 July at 11am. This webinar will look at expressions of religion and belief in the workplace and the common issues and conflicts that may arise under the Equality Act.
'You be The Judge of That' - interactive FDR - 9 July
Date: Thursday 9th Jul 2020 Time: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm Venue: Via Zoom
“You be The Judge of That” 3PB's unique interactive FDR format puts you in the Judge’s Chair. Solve a contemporary legal problem. Record your views with our on-line polling system. Judge your answers against our specialist panel of DDJs and Recorders. Learn about the latest cases including those dealing with COVID-19.
Aluminium cladding and other construction challenges: getting our house in order
Date: Tuesday 7th Jul 2020 Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am Venue: Via Zoom
3PB barristers James Davison, Philip Bambagiotti and Nick Kaplan will be hosting a webinar on “Aluminium cladding and other construction challenges: getting our house in order" on 7 July at 10am. Our presenters will cover: The current regulatory framework and cladding requirements in the UK Liabilities and litigation problems facing UK building industry from cladding A way forward – a practical approach to resolving the dilemma about cladding on your buildings.
The UK maritime sector post Covid 19 - 2 July
Date: Thursday 2nd Jul 2020 Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Venue: Via Zoom
The UK maritime sector post Covid 19: ports, cruise ships and seafarers' health and safety’ 3PB barristers David Richards, head of the public regulatory team at 3PB, and Dr Tagbo Ilozue present a review of Covid-19 and the regulation of cruise ships and UK ports. Once the world is back at work the legacy of the pandemic for all who use and work on ships will be profound. Regulators of marine activity will be as concerned as regulators…
Expert Evidence Webinar - 30 June
Date: Tuesday 30th Jun 2020 Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Venue: Via Zoom
3PB barristers Richard Wheeler and Tom Webb present an update via Zoom. Richard will talk about the uses and pitfalls of expert witnesses, including reflections from his time spent on the long-running Kenya litigation. Tom will speak about the often overlooked area of Part 35 questions to experts, giving some guidance as to how best to draft and consider written questions to experts. The seminar will last for one hour and will include elements of assistance to those of…
Professional discipline - 24 June
Date: Wednesday 24th Jun 2020 Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Venue: Via Zoom
3PB barristers Nicholas Leviseur and Daniel Brown will be joined by Carl Johnson, Partner and Head of the Regulatory Department of Stephensons Solicitors to present a webinar covering: Nicholas Leviseur - The Health Protection ( Coronavirus Restrictions) ( England) Regulations 2020 provide the legislative framework which has permitted the British government to place everyone in England under house arrest, to shut businesses and to close places of public entertainment. How does the legislation achieve lock down? Carl Johnson…
Termination of commercial leases - 17 June
Date: Wednesday 17th Jun 2020 Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Venue: Via Zoom
3PB barristers Gavin Hamilton and Robert Weatherley present a webinar on termination of commercial leases during COVID-19. The coronavirus pandemic has exerted considerable pressure on the commercial property sector. Recent figures suggest that non-food retailers have experienced an averaged 70% fall in revenue and around 1 in 10 retailers are anticipated to experience liquidity issues within four months of the 23rd March. Notwithstanding the Government’s attempts to ease the lockdown, there is likely to continue to be…
Settlement, ADR and costs
Date: Tuesday 16th Jun 2020 Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Venue: Via Zoom
3PB commercial barristers David Parratt QC and Rebecca Farrell are hosting a webinar on settlement, ADR and costs. The touchstone of Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) procedure is that parties enter into it voluntarily. However, there is an increasing body of case law that suggests ADR should be seriously considered before and/or in the course of litigation in order to avoid adverse cost consequences. David Parratt QC and Rebecca Farrell consider the development of the case law…
Employment law case update
Date: Friday 12th Jun 2020 Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Venue: Via recording
3PB barristers Grace Nicholls and Sarah Bowen bring you a round-up of relevant case law updates in this 20-minute briefing. During this recorded case law update Sarah and Grace outline the most recent decisions and offer their thoughts on the implications for practitioners.
Dealing with the courts during Covid-19
Date: Thursday 11th Jun 2020 Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Venue: Via Zoom
3PB barristers Richard Wheeler and Alexander Whatley will provide an update on how to get the court to hear your case during COVID-19. Richard will cover: · What does the court’s triage process involve? · What considerations might the court have in mind during triage? · Why was my case adjourned when it was suitable for remote hearing? · What practical issues do judges face during a remote hearing? · What can litigants do to help ensure a case…
Health and Safety and Whistleblowing during Covid-19
Date: Wednesday 10th Jun 2020 Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm Venue: Recorded webinar
This webinar is pre-recorded for you to view at your leisure. There's no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic is making health and safety issues a top priority for employers and employees alike. What should they be aware of from an employment law perspective when it comes to health and safety? What should they be aware of with regard to whistleblowing? Specialist employment barrister from 3PB, Sarah Bowen, shares guidance during this 45-minute webinar.