November employment law update out now!
18th November 2020
3PB employment and discrimination barristers Stephen WyethStephen WyethCall: 2010 and Lachlan WilsonLachlan WilsonCall: 1996 talk about the latest rules on furlough, Vaughan v Modality Partnership, and Remote Hearings - Practice Direction and Open Justice.
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3PB's Head of Employment and Discrimination Law Team, Craig Ludlow, pictured here, joined Acas and other guest speakers at the Acas conference to discuss key legal considerations for flexible work requests. A recent Acas survey found that half of employers in Great Britain expected an increase in demand for flexible forms of working from employees, including hybrid options. However, there is growing evidence to suggest that there remains a significant mismatch between employees' preferences towards...Continue reading
Employment and Discrimination barrister Daniel Brown co-opted to ELBA Management Committee
Congratulations to 3PB specialist Employment and Discrimination barrister Daniel Brown (pictured here) on being co-opted to the Employment Law Bar Association (ELBA) management committee. Daniel represents individuals, businesses and other organisations in Tribunal, Court and Professional Regulatory/Disciplinary proceedings. Daniel has particular expertise in the healthcare sector, having advised and represented professionals including doctors, nurses and midwives as well as NHS Trusts, Regulators and Care Homes. ELBA was formed in 1994, the Employment Law Bar Association...Continue reading
April 2022 employment law newsletter out now!
Welcome to April's employment law newsletter In the April edition of our employment law newsletter, we welcome Craig Ludlow's appointment to the Editorial Board of the Employment Lawyers Assocation (UK) Briefing magazine; report on the Fifth Addendum to the ET Presidential Guidance on awards for injury to feelings and psychiatric injury and other statutory increases to compensation from 6 April; and consider the ET's roadmap for how Employment Tribunal hearings will be conducted over 2022...Continue reading
Our June 2022 employment law newsletter is out now!
Welcome to June's employment law newsletter In the June edition of our newsletter, we highlight the government's forthcoming reform of exclusivity clauses and the start in the UK of the world's largest 4-day week trial. Case law analysis is provided by our members and pupils: - Oliver Hirsch analyses Knightly v Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust  EAT 63 in which the EAT considers if an employer who fails to make reasonable adjustments to its dismissal...Continue reading