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Head of 3PB Sports Group Louis Weston successfully represents French flanker Kevin Gourdon in dangerous play charge during France v New Zealand

Louis Weston, Head of the 3PB Sports Group, represented the French flanker Kevin Gourdon in his defence to a citing following the match France v New Zealand.  Gourdon was cited for dangerous play charging into a ruck and faced a suspension ruling him out of the Autumn Internationals.  At the hearing on 14.11.17 the Judicial […]

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Law Commission visit new 3PB office in Birmingham to discuss consultation outcomes

Following closure of the consultation period on 10th November 2017, the Law Commission visited 3PB Barristers at their new premises in The Colmore Building, Birmingham yesterday to discuss the initial responses received to the recent consultation around reforming the law surrounding Wills. The law in England and Wales that governs wills is mainly derived from the […]

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Successful appeal by Karen Moss results in award of maximum costs order by the employment tribunal

Following Karen Moss’s successful appearance before the Court of Appeal earlier this year, the employment tribunal in K v CGDM Ltd has just given a judgment for the Respondent for costs in respect of the original hearing. The Respondent was awarded the maximum costs order within the jurisdiction of the employment tribunal - £20,000 - […]

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Johnson v University of Bristol (2017): an analysis by 3PB personal injury barrister Alice de Coverley

Alice de Coverley considers  the recent Court of Appeal decision in JOHNSON v UNIVERSITY OF BRISTOL (2017) (Civ) 17 October 2017 (unreported), concerning the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 and the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992. To read Alice's article, please click here.

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Royds Withy King partner Chris Kane and 3PB employment barrister Sarah Clarke: does the Welsh Rugby Union's new selection policy amount to indirect age discrimination?

Following the Welsh Rugby Union's scrapping of the so called ‘Gatland’s Law’ with the result that a number of star players possibly missing out on future international fixtures, including the 2019 Rugby World Cup, 3PB employment barrister Sarah Clarke and Royds Withy King commercial partner Chris Kane examine if the Welsh Rugby Union new selection policy […]

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3PB barristers Simon Tibbitts and Sarah Clarke analyse the latest employment law cases

3PB Employment barristers Sarah Clarke and Simon Tibbitts analyse the latest employment law cases, covering: Guidance of whose motivation will be taken into account in determining the “Employer’s” reason for dismissal: Royal Mail Limited v Kamaljeet Jhuti [2017] EWCA Civ 1632 EAT find that relying on previous instances of misconduct, for which no sanction had […]

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3PB Barristers' Commercial Law Group brings you its latest Commercial Law Update

3PB Barristers' Commercial Law Group brings you the latest Edition of its legal update. Topics: Gavin Hamilton - Scope of Duty and Causation of Loss What can we learn from the Supreme Court about scope of duty & causation of loss? BPE Solicitors-v-Hughes-Holland [2017] UKSC 21 & Globalia Business Travel SAU-v-Fulton Shipping [2017] UKSC 43 To […]

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