Clinical Negligence News

3PB nominated twice in the Legal 500 UK Bar Awards 2020

3PB is thrilled to have been shortlisted by the Legal 500 directory in the following categories: Regional Bar: Set of the Year and Regional Bar: Silk of the Year – Vanessa Meachin QC The nomination for Regional Set of the Year is further acknowledgment of the talent, hard work and investment by 3PB's members and staff […]

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3PB’s Emma Waldron successful at The Lawyer Monthly Awards 2019

Education, clinical negligence and court of protection barrister Emma Waldron was today recognised as one of a handful of UK lawyers winning a Women in Law award from Lawyer Monthly. The Lawyer Monthly Women in Law Awards 2019 recognise the hardworking achievements of women working in law firms, corporate lawyers, counsel and those connected to the […]

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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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3PB provide specialist legal and practical tips training for law firm Irwin Mitchell

Ten specialist members of 200-strong 3PB Barristers will today be training more than 50 lawyers from leading law firm Irwin Mitchell’s highly-regarded Medical Negligence, Family Law, Court of Protection/Public Law and Travel (Serious Injury) teams at 3PB's Colmore Building offices in Birmingham.    

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Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Barrister Angela Grahame QC (Scot) joins 3PB

3PB is delighted to welcome Angela Grahame QC (Scot) to 3PB. Angela becomes the first female QC from the Scottish Bar to practice at the Bar in England and Wales. This move comes in the year that many in the legal profession around the UK are marking the Centenary of Women in the Law and notable female ‘firsts’.

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Proving causation in periodontal disease claims: an analysis by 3PB Dental Negligence Specialist Sarah Mynard

Bringing a claim for periodontal disease can be straightforward in terms of breach of duty. Causation can be more problematic. The recent QBD case of Karen Haughton-v-Dr Minersh Patel is one such case and deserves further analysis in terms of how the Claimant was able to prove liability and recover substantial damages despite the complex causation arguments […]

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3PB's PI & Clinical Negligence Group to support the Child Brain Injury Trust with their Midlands Golf Day and dinner on 21 May

3PB’s Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence Group are delighted to be supporting The Child Brain Injury Trust by sponsoring and organising the inaugural Midlands Golf Day & Dinner on Tuesday 21st May at Olton Golf Club. This golf day will help raise crucial funds for the Child Brain Injury Trust and highlight the fine work […]

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3PB takes on new highly experienced personal injury and clinical/dental negligence specialist lawyer

3PB is pleased to announce its recruitment of barrister Sarah Mynard, a highly successful personal injury litigator and solicitor-advocate who has been the director of Wisdom Law, her own dental negligence practice since 2009. Sarah has over 25 years experience, qualifying as a solicitor in 1991 and becoming a barrister last year. She holds the […]

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3PB Birmingham hosts AVMA conference for clinical negligence specialists

3PB are delighted to host more than 50 delegates for this two-day course for those who are new to the specialist field of clinical negligence. The event, organised by the charity Action Against Medical Accidents, is especially suitable for trainee and newly qualified solicitors, paralegals, legal executives and medico-legal advisors, and will provide the fundamental […]

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Susan Jones successfully opposes High Court Appeal challenging both Procedural Matters and Findings of Fact

Susan Jones successfully opposed High Court Appeal before Mrs Justice Lambert Arising out of a Public Trial, at which Susan acted for the Claimant at First instance, the Appellate Local Authority challenged a decision of a Circuits Judge on 5 Grounds, which Susan categorised under two headings: Whether the Judge was wrong to allow the […]

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