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Mark Green appears in Court of Appeal on two separate appeals, including on an important case about limitation and time limits

On 25 July Mark Green appeared in the Court of Appeal on two separate appeals, led by Timothy Brennan QC. The first appeal looked at when the 6 year limitation deadline imposed by the Limitation Act 1980 would apply in the context of an unlawful deduction of wages claim for sums owing under the national minimum […]

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3PB moves back into its Bournemouth Office after flooding

3PB has today announced that the barristers chambers is moving back into its Bournemouth offices on Christchurch Road. This follows extensive damage to its offices which forced the national chambers  to spend nearly four months in temporary offices at Bourne Space on Hinton Road in Bournemouth.  The four-floor chambers building was declared unsafe and electricity […]

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3PB Personal Injury barristers Henrietta Hughes and Gabriel Adedeji publish our latest update

3PB barristers Henrietta Hughes and Gabriel Adedeji publish our latest Personal Injury Law update covering: New key publications The new discount rate Cases analysis: FD: Daniel O’Brien v Royal Mail Group LTD (May 2019) QBD (Manchester) Hire & Contractual Liability: Andrew Phillips v Aviva Insurance UK LTD (Jan 2019) CC (Bournemouth & Poole) Split Liability: […]

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Graham Stott provides Statutory Gifts webinar to Certainty the National Will Register

3PB contentious probate, trusts and court of protection specialist Graham Stott today provides a webinar to Certainty the National Will Register on Statutory Gifts - "Gifts of P's Property: authority, considerations and best interests". The expert webinar can be viewed here. It discusses the following: P’s capacity to make gifts The authority of attorneys and […]

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Mark Green promoted to the Attorney-General's B Panel of Counsel to the Crown

Chambers is delighted to announce Mark Green's promotion to the Attorney-General’s London B Panel for a period of five years commencing on 2nd September 2019. Chambers currently has five other members on the Attorney-General’s civil panels. They are: London A Panel: Mathew Gullick, William Hansen London B Panel: Richard Wheeler, Caroline Stone Regional Panel B: […]

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Top arbitrator QC joins 3PB

Head of Chambers David Berkley QC is delighted to announce that David Parratt QC, Barrister and Advocate, has joined 3PB Barristers from Crown Office Chambers. He is one of the leading Silks in Scotland for international and UK arbitrations and has experience both as counsel and arbitrator. He is renowned for his work in commercial, […]

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3PB employment barrister Simon Tibbitts appears for MOD in race discrimination claim

Simon Tibbitts has just finished a 10 day hearing in London Central Employment Tribunal that has received widespread media attention. The trial has been reported in the Telegraph, Guardian, BBC News and the Independent amongst others. Simon appeared on behalf of the Ministry of Defence defending claims of racial harassment and discrimination brought by two […]

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3PB barristers and clerks proudly raise in excess of £2,000 for charity in the past month

Our barristers and clerks have been busy this month giving back to our communities by raising money for charities. On 16 June, 3PB’s Head of the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Mark Lomas and Chambers Director Stuart Pringle skydived on the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, raising £1,990 for Alabaré’s Homes for Veterans. A […]

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3PB’s Blood-Halvorsen authors review of UK and international cannabis regulations and compliance

Pupil barrister Ashley Blood-Halvorsen has been working for the last 18 months on a review of global reforms of cannabis law, that has just been published by a working party of the Society of Conservative Lawyers (SCL). The new report “Cannabis: A look at sweeping global change” was authored by Ashley and Simon Randall CBE of […]

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William Webster’s new planning law handbook attracts critical praise

3PB Barristers William Webster’s new seminal guide for planning practitioners - “Planning Law: A Practitioner's Handbook” – published by leading UK law publishers Wildy, Simmonds and Hill, has attracted critical praise from planning barrister Dr Ashley Bowes, Editor of the Journal of Planning & Environment Law,  in Thomson Reuters’ Book Reviews. The book undoubtedly provides […]

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