Viewing: BWB In The Media
Luke Fletcher quoted in response to instruction to Christopher McCall QC on ethically questionable investments >
Luke Fletcher has been quoted in Third Sector, The Lawyer and Blue&Greeen Tomorrow in regards to BWB instructing Christopher McCall QC on 'ground-breaking legal opinion' considering ethically questionable investments.
On instruction from Community Energy England (CEE), Bates Wells Braithwaite has served HM Treasury with a pre-action letter calling for a judicial review. The letter concerns government plans to exclude community energy projects from the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Social Investment Tax relief (SITR) from this month.
A court in Oslo has found the Norwegian Refugee Council guilty of gross negligence after failing in its duty of care after four of its staff members were kidnapped in Kenya in 2012; a case which has significant implications for security in the aid industry. BWB's Louise Rea gave her expert legal opinion on the ruling, voicing her concerns regarding the ramifications this case will have for aid organisations.
As applications are now open, Gemma Boore breaks down the UK Games Fund application process for developers.
Gemma Boore presented to startups and entrepreneurs in the iGaming industry at the inaugural iGaming conference at the Dexter House.
Jim Clifford, partner and director of BWB Impact, has been quoted in CYP NOW in response to new social impact bond project.
Writing for Civil Society, Simon Steeden says the Charity Commission must produce clearer guidance on charities and the referendum.
Paul Jennings, Partner in BWB's Employment team, is representing a group of cleaners who formerly worked at the Foreign Office in an ongoing dispute with Interserve, a contract cleaning company.
Managing partner Martin Bunch's comment piece on BWB's B Corp certification has been published in The Times.
Writing for Civil Society, Rosamund McCarthy and Melanie Carter warn that many charities have chosen to abandon or alter their campaigning activities because they are afraid of the effects of the Lobbying Act.
Paul Jennings, Partner in BWB's Employment team, is representing the former employees of the Blinkbox music service in a £10m class action lawsuit against the company.
Lucy McLynn discusses the EU's Working Time Directive in Lawyer Monthly.
The Lawyer has published an article highlighting how the lawyers at BWB are now required to make "make a postive impact on society" after becoming a B-Corp.
Legal Futures: BWB amends LLP deed after becoming first to take on status as socially responsible business >
Legal Futures has published an article detailing how BWB have become the first UK law firm to gain ‘B Corporation’ certification.