Viewing: BWB In The Media
Streetbank, who enable people to share everyday items with their neighbours, had their application for charitable status rejected by the charity commission three years ago. Disputing this decision, Streetbank now has the backing of BWB who argue that there is an inherent public benefit to encouraging people to be good neighbours.
Melanie Carter: Wording of House of Lords Bill will deter charities in judicial review interventions - Third Sector >
Following the House of Lord's acceptance of government amendments to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill, Melanie Carter is quoted in the Third Sector as saying that these new rulings, "would undermine the capacity of charities to protect the vulnerable."
Writing for iNTERGAMINGi Magazine, BWB’s Gemma Boore discusses the implications of the new UK Gambling Act on gambling operators, affiliates and software providers.
Tomorrow at 10am Lucy McLynn will be speaking on Share Radio, a new station with a focus on business and finance, about Shared Parental Leave.
Civil Society reports that a number of legal bodies, including BWB, have backed calls for MPs to retain the Lords' amendments to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill.
The Upper Tribunal rules that the charity Longridge on the Thames is not liable for VAT on the construction costs of a new training facility.
Writing for Civil Society, Tesse Akpeki discusses why it’s important not to become dependent on one member of staff.
Yesterday at 4pm, Lucy McLynn joined the panel on BBC Radio 4’s Money Box Live. The show was a special edition for Carer’s Rights Day, happening on Friday 28th November.
The Charity Commission's tougher regulatory regime could hurt public trust in the Charity sector, says BWB's Head of Charity and Social Enterprise, Philip Kirkpatrick.
Augustus Della-Porta highlights some of the legal issues that charities operating in high-risk areas might face.
Leticia Jennings has been profiled by the Law Society Gazette following the successful judgement in favour of the Warburg Institute.
Speaking at the NCVO/BWB Trustees Conference, Rob Wilson, the Minister for Civil Society, insisted that charities had a role in informing policy and government decisions.
Rupert Earle, partner at Bates Wells Braithwaite, has been working for the Independent Reviewer of the Advertising Standards Authority Adjudications over its decision not to pursue a complaint by Sainsbury's against Tesco's 'Price Promise' campaign.
Speaking at the NCVO and BWB trustee conference, Philip Kirkpatrick, deputy managing partner at BWB, discusses the question ‘’Is regulation out of hand?’’
Warburg Institute ruling highlighted in the Times
Leticia Jennings quoted in the New York Times discussing Warburg Institute victory
Mairead O'Reilly highlights some recent cases to explain why data protection is an increasingly important issue for charities.
In the upper house of the Lords, three amendments to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill are carried, although the defeat of a fourth means it would be harder for less well-financed charities to bring judicial reviews.
Holly Terry and Philip Trott: Immigration lawyers must stay up to date as politicians debate – Lawyer 2B >
Holly Terry and Philip Trott discuss the legal framework for immigration law practitioners in the Lawyer 2B.
Philip Trott quoted in London Evening Standard: top advisers for ultra-high net worth individuals (UHNWI) >
London Evening Standard lists Philip Trott as the go-to immigration lawyer if you are denied entry at Britain’s borders.