• Joseph England reviews the whistleblowing case of Dray Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald

    3PB’s specialist employment and discrimination law barrister Joseph England, who last year authored a book on whisteblowing, provides an article examining the Court of Appeal's judgment on the case of Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald Europe. This case revisits wide-ranging issues of various fundamental whistleblowing concepts across its seven grounds of appeal. The judgment and the earlier EAT judgment provide a useful summary and discussion about key components of whistleblowing legislation and are a comprehensive read for...

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    Colin McDevitt and Karen Moss present an update on whistleblowing

    3PB employment barristers Colin McDevitt and Karen Moss presented employment law webinar on 'Whistleblowing: key concepts, injunctions and updates on procedure' on 12th November. Topics covered include "Key concepts, interim injunctions and recent cases" and “Whistleblowing: latest procedural considerations; and what is a detriment?", including a number of key cases. You can watch the webinar on demand here:  

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    Daniel Brown edits the Employment and Discrimination team's October newsletter

    Daniel Brown has edited 3PB's October Employment and Discrimination newsletter, including contributions from Matthew Curtis, Sarah Clarke, Simon Tibbitts, Stephen Wyeth, Karen Moss, Grace Boorer, Lachlan Wilson, Grace Nicholls, Andrew MacPhail and Charlotte Hadfield. The newsletter brings you 3PB news, recordings as well as our case and legal analysis. You are also invited to register to attend our 8 October webinar on injunctions, restrictive covenants and team moves. Click here to view the newsletter. News...

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  • 3PB launches dedicated Covid-19 resources hub

    3PB Barristers have created a dedicated webpage on its website to act as a hub for the many articles, briefings and webinar and podcast recordings about lockdown laws and regulations as well as practical issues like court attendance, e-bundles, remote and hybrid hearings. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to create employment, contractual and other legal challenges which are in many ways unprecedented. The impact of the virus is being felt, and in response, 3PB have...

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  • New webinar from employment barrister Sarah Bowen on H&S and whistleblowing during Covid-19

    There's no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic is making health and safety issues a top priority for employers and employees alike. What should they be aware of from an employment law perspective when it comes to health and safety? What should they be aware of with regard to whistleblowing? Specialist employment barrister from 3PB, Sarah Bowen, shares guidance during this 45-minute webinar. This webinar is pre-recorded for you to view at your leisure.  

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  • Supreme Court decides that a Judge can rely on whistleblowing protection

    Supreme Court: A Judge, even though not a worker, can rely on whistleblowing protection in a boost for the application of EU rights to domestic law Joseph England of 3PB Barristers analyses the Supreme Court's decision - Read the full article here. Gilham v Ministry of Justice [2019] UKSC 44 The Supreme Court handed down its judgment in Gilham on 16 October 2019. The SC considered whether a Judge could rely on whistleblowing protection, holding...

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  • 3PB barrister Joseph England to publish new book on NHS Whistleblowing and the Law

    3PB is pleased to announce that employment barrister Joseph England will shortly be publishing a practitioners’ handbook for whistleblowing cases, focusing on the NHS. Whistleblowing claims are one of the most complex and technical that can be pursued and this book will provide a comprehensive and practical guide to the law in this field. The topic has received increased attention in recent years as a result of several high profile cases and incidents in the...

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