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    3PB Barristers raises over £1000 for the South West Legal Support Trust

    On Thursday 30th September, 3PB Barristers joined the rest of the Bristol legal community on the Bristol Legal Walk 2021. 3PB Barristers, staff, and 3 ½ year old Basset Fauve De Bretagne, Mabel (pictured here with Tom Cox, Lachlan Wilson and Richard Tyson) walked 10km around Bristol City Centre and raised over £1000, all of which will go to help  free legal advice charities in and around Bristol. To find out more about the South...

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  • October 2021 employment law newsletter out now

      Welcome to October's Employment law newsletter October rewards 3PB with four new fee-paid, part-time Employment Tribunal Judges as well as a record number of rankings for our team in the Legal 500 2022. Case law analysis is provided by - Andrew MacPhail on redundancy process best practices in Gwynedd Council v S Barratt & I Hughes [2021] EWCA Civ 1322; - Katherine Anderson on proportionality assessment with The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of The University of Oxford v Professor Paul...

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    Three 3PB barristers appointed part-time employment judges

    3PB is delighted to announce that three of its members Matthew Curtis,  Joseph England and Tom Horder (pictured here, right to left) have all been appointed as fee-paid, part-time Employment Tribunal Judges in England and Wales. All barristers will continue to maintain their busy practices. Matthew and Joe have been assigned to London South and Tom has been assigned to the South West region. The appointments were confirmed on 1 October 2021. Craig Ludlow, Head...

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    Legal 500 2022: another record number of rankings for 3PB’s employment law team

    3PB Barristers are delighted to announce another strong performance of its employment and discrimination law team in the Legal 500 2022 edition published on wednesday. With 11 of its 23 juniors now ranked in the directory, the team has attracted a total of 18 individual rankings. The team, who remains top tier in the South Eastern Circuit and tier two in Western, has further strengthened its recognition in London with another 2 rankings and is...

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  • September 2021 employment law newsletter out now

      Welcome to September's employment law newsletter As we settle back into work after the summer break, our news section looks at - a new consultation by the ICO on employers’ use of personal data; - whether people working from home should take a pay cut; - a checklist of what employers should do to make a success of hybrid work; - the pros and cons of workation policies; - Scotland's forthcoming 4-day week trial and finally; - when the...

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  • August 2021 employment law newsletter out now

    August's employment law newsletter features news about the impact of the menopause, how home working is affecting employment claim numbers and highlights a case in which the claimant was made redundant in place of furlough. We look at reactions to a proposed new duty for employers to prevent sexual harassment as well as organisations warning against "no jab, no job" policies and a raft of case analyses.

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  • Employment and discrimination newsletter out now - July 2021

    Welcome to July's employment law newsletter Though Covid and its impact on the workplace remain centre-stage in our news section, we also highlight the importance of the Dobson case on working mums' rights; another court appearance for Maya Forstater and her former employer CGD and the 4th judgment on Deliveroo riders' employment status. Case law analysis is provided this month by Craig Ludlow with an in-depth review of Mercer v (1) Alternative Future Group Ltd (2)...

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    Reaction to Ofsted review; and the Everyone's Invited website

    Ofsted's publication of its review on safeguarding policies in state and independent schools and colleges in relation to sexual abuse on 10 June has further emphasised how prevalent sexual abuse is in our education institutions and that steps must be taken to tackle this issue. Head of 3PB's Education law group Charlotte Hadfield, Sarah Bowen and Alice de Coverley from 3PB’s Education and Employment & Discrimination teams presented a webinar at 5pm on 21st June...

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  • Employment and discrimination newsletter out now - June 2021

    Welcome to June's newsletter We’ve plenty of news in this month's  employment law newsletter, including what future workplaces might look like, and the extent to which future court hearings should be remote. We also have ET judgments relating to events from the early lockdown period starting to filter through. Case law-wise we have in-depth analysis of NMC v Somerville (re: worker status) and Chief Constable of GMP v Aston (re: protected disclosures) courtesy of Daniel...

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  • Lachlan Wilson

    Lachlan Wilson joins Acas to give advice on the future of the workplace post-pandemic

    3PB’s specialist employment and public law barrister Lachlan Wilson (pictured here) was amongst a panel of guest speakers at a webinar organised by Acas on returning to the workplace after the Coronavirus pandemic. Lachlan joined four other professionals including Nick Wadsley, a senior advisor at Acas and Kate Nowicki, Director of Strategic Planning, Performance and Change at Acas, advising a large contingent of employers, lawyers, and employee representatives on potential legal issues that may well...

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  • Employment and discrimination newsletter out now - May 2021

    Welcome to May's newsletter This month’s employment law newsletter features case law updates from Sarah Clarke, Naomi Webber, Andrew MacPhail and Grace Boorer covering: the correct test to apply in re-engagement orders; the workers status of foster carers under article 11 ECHR; what to do when faced with unclear and confused pleadings from a litigant in person and the ‘long-term’ adverse effect on disability status. We share a link to our new resource page for...

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    New resource for employment lawyers now available

    3PB's Employment and Discrimination group bring you a new resource for employment lawyers designed to bring a host of useful news, case analyses, videos and podcasts together in one place. Do visit the employment law resource centre here and look out for regular updates.

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