Viewing: BWB In The Media
BWB's Neil Lambert has written for Charity Finance on the government's voluntary right to buy proposals.
The national media reacts to BWB's win in a landmark ruling against UK's largest courier company.
In the latest edition of iNTERGAMING Andrew Dougall, consultant at BWB Compliance, explores alternative sources of funding for gaming start-ups. Meanwhile, Gemma Boore, associate in the Corporate and Commercial department, reports back on the inaugural Crowdfest conference.
Partner and Head of BWB Compliance Gillian Roche-Saunders has been quoted in Crowdfund Insider on FCA Interim Crowdfunding Review.
Writing in a personal capacity, David Hunter of Bates Wells Braithwaite laments that social investment is becoming more about returns than impact.
Simon Steeden considers how charities could be affected by the legal and financial uncertainty following the UK's vote to leave the EU.
BWB's Emma Dowden-Teale and Claire Whittle have written an article for Civil Engineering Surveyor on a recent procurement case.
BWB's Melanie Carter has been quoted in a Third Sector article regarding how pressure groups are increasingly using crowdfunding to pay for judicial reviews.
The UK Gambling Commission has been exploring the impact of bitcoin, skins, e-sports and social gaming. Gemma Boore considers the findings.
Civil Society has reported on the events and discussions which took place at BWB’s annual Charity Tea Party on Thursday 22nd September.
BWB’s Simon Steeden, head of the firm’s Politics, Elections and Campaigning group, which advised Britain Stronger in Europe during the referendum campaign, has authored an opinion piece in the Law Society Gazette.
BWB has been mentioned in The Lawyer after Slater & Gordon risk and compliance head Rebecca Bell leaves the firm and joins BWB.
BWB's Rosamund McCarthy has been quoted in Third Sector and Civil Society Media expressing her concerns about the draft guidance published by the Charity Commission's on its new power to issue official warnings to charities.