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The return of in-person hearings - 3PB experiences, hints and tips

As 3PB find themselves returning to Tribunals in-person, Joseph England outlines members’ experiences and key points to bear in mind as the differences emerge to the world we once knew. From the week beginning 29 June 2020, 3PB barristers have found themselves returned to the once familiar world of in-person hearings. Forced to shed their […]

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Unintended Consequences: Does Trecarrell House dilute the purpose of the Gas Safety Regulations?

This month the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in the case of Trecarrell House Ltd v Rouncefield [2020] EWCA Civ 760 and ruled that a failure to serve a gas safety certificate before a tenant enters in to occupation of the property will not create an absolute bar on residential landlords subsequently relying upon […]

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Recording now available: professional discipline during Covid-19

3PB barristers Nicholas Leviseur and Daniel Brown were joined by Carl Johnson, Partner and Head of the Regulatory Department of Stephensons Solicitors, this week to present a webinar on professional discipline during Covid-19. Nicholas spoke about The Health Protection ( Coronavirus Restrictions) ( England) Regulations 2020 - the legislative framework which has permitted the British government to place everyone […]

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3PB's PI and clinical negligence teams bring you a 90s quiz in support of The Spinal Injuries Association

3PB’s Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence teams continue their series of virtual events with a 90s themed quiz night at 7pm on Thursday 2nd July. We hope you and your colleagues will join us as we dig out our Dr. Martens for another night of competitive fun. We’re pleased to be supporting the Spinal Injuries […]

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Two 3PB barristers contribute to 'Lockdown Lawyers' - an anthology of poetry

David Richards and Emma Waldron are among the contributors to 'Lockdown Lawyers'; an anthology of poetry on how the COVID-19 crisis has hit legal aid lawyers and the provision of advice and advocacy. There are over 50 contributions from barristers, solicitors, advisers and some of their family members. The poems range from haiku to multi-page poems and […]

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