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3PB reviews new changes to the execution of legal documents during COVID-19

Lydia Pemberton, deputy head of 3PB’s Property and Estates team, and Charles Irvine, a member of 3PB’s Property and Estates team and Commercial team, have reviewed the new changes to the execution of documents brought about shortly before and since the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. New ways of working have meant a rise in technology […]

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80s-themed quiz from 3PB's PI and clinical negligence team supporting the Child Brain Injury trust

3PB’s Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence team is delighted to announce its next virtual event, an 80’s themed quiz, at 7pm on Thursday 4th June 2020. It would be great if you could join us. We hope the music, films and picture rounds, in particular, will welcome you on a trip down memory lane. Big […]

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Commercial update: fiduciary duties between shareholders of a quasi-partnership company

Do shareholders in a family or quasi-partnership company, owe each other fiduciary duties? Seb Oram analyses the recent decision of the Chancery Division in De Sena v. Notaro [2020] EWHC 1031 (Ch) for LexisPSL’s Case Analysis Expert Panel. This article was first published by Lexis®PSL on 11/05/2020. To read the full article please click here. Seb is […]

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Trio of 3PB family barristers in mock remote FDR

On Thursday 14th May 2020, 3PB family finance barristers Nicola Frost, Tonia Clark and Amy Beddis worked together as part of a team who presented a practical and informative remote mock remote Financial Dispute Resolution Hearing (FDR), alongside members of the Bristol judiciary, fellow Bristol barristers from Albion Chambers and St John's Chambers and solicitors […]

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3PB in Court of Appeal on employment tribunal decision

3PB Barristers' employment & discrimination law specialist Matthew Curtis appeared in the Court of Appeal on Tuesday 5 May 2020. Matthew was representing the Appellant in a hearing which went ahead despite the current lockdown since the pandemic. The representatives and Court of Appeal judges appeared via video link using Skype for Business, with the […]

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3PB Barrister James Davison re-publishes guide to expert witnesses in construction claims

3PB construction barrister James Davison – together with Anne Wright of Lawrence Stephens – has re-published a guide to selecting and using an expert witness in construction claims. The guide “To be or not to be an expert witness”, which was originally published in Construction Law, can be read here, provides practical guidance on selecting […]

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3PB’s Richard Wheeler advises how to get the court to hear your case during COVID-19

3PB's specialist Civil barrister Richard Wheeler has produced an article on how to get the court to hear your case during the Coronavirus pandemic. The article “Getting the Court to Hear Your Case During the Pandemic” provides an insight into county court civil listing during the pandemic which may assist litigants to retain their current […]

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