• Professional discipline and regulatory newsletter

      Professional discipline and regulatory newsletter - May 2024

      Welcome to 3PB's Professional Discipline newsletter edited by Daniel Brown, featuring analysis from Daniel Brown on Social Work England’s abuse of its power as a regulatory body in Meade v (1) Westminster City Council & (2) Social Work England (Case Numbers: 2201792/2022 and 2211483/2022). Sunyana Sharma considers the CoA's decision in Disclosure and Barring Service (‘DBS’) v. RI [2024] EWCA Civ 95, which confirms the Upper Tribunal's entitlement to decide that an appellant's denial of wrongdoing was credible and constituted a mistake of fact. Dr Tagbo Ilozue reviews Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care v (1) General Dental Coun-cil (2) Naveed Patel [2024] EWHC 243 (Admin) on the proper approach to sanction in professional disciplinary cases based on convictions for serious offences.

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      Professional discipline and regulatory newsletter - out now!

      Welcome to 3PB's Professional Discipline and Regulatory newsletter celebrating new rankings for our barristers in the latest Legal 500 publication. Edited by Daniel Brown, our newsletter has analysis from Sam Shurey on how to avoid erasure from the GDC register for non-compliance. Sunyana Sharma brings you news of the HCPC's updated standards of conduct, performance and ethics. Sunyana also considers the High Court's decision in Sudheer Shabir v. General Medical Council [2023] EWNH 1772 (Admin). Daniel Brown analyses Dr Sun v General Medical Council [2023] EWHC 1515 (Admin) concerned with mental health considerations in the context of findings of dishonesty.

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    • 3PB Chambers 2024 1 e1697710892805

      3PB’s Employment Team celebrates increased individual Chambers & Partners rankings and retaining Band 1 rankings in 2 Circuits

      3PB Barristers congratulates its Employment and discrimination law team for achieving 3 new rankings in the Midlands, while retaining its Band 1 ranking in two Circuits (Western and South Eastern) in Chambers and Partners’ 2024 edition published today. The team increases its rankings to a total of 18 individual rankings, up from 15 last year, in London, Western and South Eastern, and adds the Midlands as a Circuit in which its expertise is recognised. Client...

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    • 3PB in the Legal 500 2024

      3PB’s Employment law team receives TIER 1 ranking in 2 Circuits in latest Legal 500 rankings 

      3PB’s Employment and Discrimination law team is celebrating 2 TOP TIER rankings – in the Western and South Eastern Circuits - in the Legal 500 2024 edition just published. The team now has 13 of its 23 juniors ranked in the publication, totalling 22 individual rankings across the South Eastern, Western, London and Midlands Circuits. The team welcomes its promotion to the top tier in Western and retains its top tier position in South Eastern....

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    • Employment and discrimination newsletter - 50th edition

      Employment and discrimination newsletter: our 50th! - July 2023

      Welcome to the 50th edition of our employment and discrimination law newsletter, edited by Simon Tibbitts and featuring team news with contributions from head of group Craig Ludlow, Jo Laxton, Colin McDevitt, Stephen Wyeth and Alex Leonhardt.

      Case analysis is provided by Simon Tibbitts, Katherine Anderson, Joseph England and Alex Leonhardt and covers the following cases: Mrs Kristie Higgs v Farmor’s School (The Archbishop’s Council of the Church of England intervening) EA-2020-000896-JOJ; Phipps v Priory Education Services Ltd [2023] EWCA Civ 652; Greasley-Adams v Royal Mail Group Limited [2023] EAT 86 and Mrs N Moustache v Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust: [2022] EAT 204.

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    • Employment law newsletter

      Employment and discrimination newsletter - June 2023

      Our Employment and Discrimination law team publishes its 49th monthly newsletter, edited by Katherine Anderson, with analysis from Katherine, Andrew MacPhail and Daniel Brown of Royal Parks Ltd v Boohene, Antwi and Others [2023] EAT 63; Lovingangels Care Home Ltd v Mhindurwa [2023] EAT 65; Alcedo Orange Ltd v Mrs G Ferridge-Gunn [2023] EAT 78; and Miles v Driver and Vehicles Standards Agency [2023] EAT 62.

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      Employment and Discrimination newsletter - May 2023

      Jo Laxton edits this month's employment and discrimination newsletter which sees Head of 3PB's Employment and Discrimination Law team Craig Ludlow analysing HHJ Kalyany Kaul KC v (1) Ministry of Justice (2) The Lord Chancellor (3) The Lord Chief Justice [2023] EAT 41, Mark Green considers Williamson v The Bishop of London and others [2023] EWCA Civ 379, Daniel Brown reviews Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Limited v Clark & Others [2023] EWCA (Civ) 386, Alex Leonhardt analyses Mr J Edward v Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust [2023] EAT 33, and Emma Greening reviews Rolec (Electrical and Mechanical Services) Ltd v Mrs J Georgiou [2023] EAT 46.

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      Professional Discipline and Regulatory Newsletter - May 2023

      In this edition, David Swinstead, Peter Jennings, Timothy Bradbury, Nicholas Leviseur, Lachlan Wilson, and Mark Sullivan - all part of 3PB's team of legal assessors - issue part 2 of their top hints and tips for successful advocacy on the importance of language. Susan Jones provides a review of the Powers, Purposes and Patterns of Coroners Prevention of Future Death Reports. We also have cases analyses from Daniel Brown, Susan Jones and Sam Shurey.

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    • April 2023 Employment and Discrimination Newsletter Out Now!

      Welcome to April's newsletter  Spring into April with the newsletter from 3PB Employment and Discrimination barristers. The group have been busy analysing and discussing a vast range of cases: Head of the Employment and Discrimination group Craig Ludlow looks at the case Minnoch and ors v Interserve FM Ltd and ors in which Mr Minnoch and 36 others brought claims for withheld pay relating to days they were on strike in 2019. Colin McDevitt looks...

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    • Legal 500 2023

      Another outstanding Legal 500 result for 3PB’s employment law barristers

      3PB Barristers congratulates its Employment and Discrimination team for another strong performance in the Legal 500 2023 edition published last night. 13 of the team’s 21 juniors are now ranked in the publication, attracting a total of 21 individual rankings across the South Eastern, Western, London and Midlands Circuits. The team consolidates its top tier position in South Eastern with 2 new rising star rankings, bringing the total of 3PB employment rankings to 5 in...

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    • Simon Astill

      3PB triumphs in latest Legal 500 ratings of the UK's best barristers  

      3PB Barristers (3 Paper Buildings), the UK's third largest chambers, is delighted to report its best rankings yet - totalling 130 - in the Legal 500 2023’s edition published last night, up 12% on last year’s 116. The set has achieved its rankings across 5 large UK regions - or Circuits (London, South Eastern, Western, Midlands and Chester and Wales) - in 21 categories of law. Earlier this year, 3PB also celebrated its first rankings...

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    • Our August 2022 employment law newsletter is out now!

      The past 30 days have provided much for the employment law world to write about, starting with the success of 3PB’s Mathew Gullick QC, Lachlan Wilson and Naomi Webber in the Supreme Court in The Harper Trust v Brazel case; and Mathew Gullick QC earning the accolade of the Times’ “Lawyer of the Week” in the process.

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