Employment Insight: Generation Flex - Millennials at Work >

Apart from death and taxes, perhaps the next most certain thing in life is that each new generation is considered by its parents to be more slothful, more wasteful and more selfish than its predecessors. With Generation Y, or millennials, the young people born roughly between 1985 and 1995 and now embarking on their careers, this is more pronounced than ever before, with Time magazine last year running a front page entitled “The Me Me Me Generation: millennials are lazy, entitled narcissists who still live with their parents.”

Posted on 24 Apr 2015 in Legal Updates Read More >

BWB Briefing 22 April - For Charities and Social Enterprise >

BWB Partner Simon Steeden has recently been appointed by the Cabinet Office to advise Lord Hodgson’s statutory review of the non-party campaigning rules under the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000, as amended by the “Lobbying Act”. Simon will advise the review alongside Helen Mountfield QC of Matrix Chambers, taking account of his extensive experience of advising clients on political campaigning and election law.

A 15% discount is now available for BWB clients booking on the DSC/BWB Annual Charity Law Conference on 14 May. Book here quoting the code “bwb15”.

Posted on 22 Apr 2015 in Legal Updates Read More >

BWB Briefing 15 April - For Charities and Social Enterprise >

Got a view about what the Charity Commission’s priorities should be? Then book your place at the DSC/BWB Annual Charity Law Conference and take part in the plenary debate. It’s your chance to put your view to our panel which includes Paula Sussex, Chief Executive of the Charity Commission. For more details see here.

This week’s Briefing is shorter than usual - with the beginning of the pre-election period, there have been very few announcements from Government departments.

Posted on 15 Apr 2015 in Legal Updates Read More >