Viewing: BWB In The Media
Leticia Jennings, Senior Associate at BWB, has commented on the recent appeal court ruling in favour of woman's daughter receiving money originally left to animal charities.
The Wales Audit Office has appointed BWB to two of its legal services.
David Hunter speaks at 10th anniversary celebrations of the Community Interest Company at University of Bristol >
David Hunter, consultant at BWB, speaks at 10th anniversary celebrations of the Community Interest Company (CIC), hosted at University of Bristol Law School.
Writing for iNTERGAMINGi Magazine, BWB’s Gemma Boore discusses the recent regulatory developments across a range of online gaming jurisdictions.
Findings from 'Governing with Intent', a report created by Tesse Akpeki, were published in a recent article in Arts Professional.
Martin Bunch talks to Managing Partner about the benefits of converting to an ABS.
Philip Trott gives an expert perspective on immigration issues in corporate transactions in the June edition of ELA Briefing.
Luke Fletcher encourages charities to divest from fossil fuels in Blue & Green Tomorrow.
Pippa Garland quoted in iProbono News on the merger of children's charities, ABC Trust and Childreach International >
Pippa Garland, solicitor in the charity and social enterprise department at BWB talks about a pro bono project she undertook with iProbono and Linklaters to facilitate the merger of the children’s charities, Action for Brazil’s Children Trust (ABC Trust) and Childreach International.
Bill Lewis has been quoted in relation to HM Revenue and Custom's appeal in the Longridge case, for charging charities VAT on projects for which they charge a small fee.
Lawrie Simanowitz quoted in Third Sector: IOF introduces new rule regarding adherence to no-cold calling signs for fundraisers >
Lawrie Simanowitz has been quoted in relation to the new rule which forbids the disregard of no-cold-calling stickers, introduced by the Institute of Fundraising.
Selman Ansari outlines what local authorities need to know about the Public Contract Regulations 2015 in Local Government Chronicle.
Richard Marke, member of the City of London Law Society Commercial Law Committee and Partner at BWB talks about the Common European Sales Law (CESL) in this month’s City Solicitor.
As the CIC legal form celebrates its 10 year anniversary, Luke Fletcher talks about how the government could improve support for CICs through tax reliefs.
Community interest companies are becoming a prominent part of the third sector, with a different system of regulation in place to that of other charities.
Lawrie Simanowitz quoted in Third Sector: ECJ case has implications for charities and environmental campaign groups >
In this article on data privacy relating to charities, Lawrie Simanowitz, a partner at Bates Wells Braithwaite, has been quoted on a data privacy case at the European Court of Justice.
Sarah Payne and Lucinda Ellen discuss what is in store for charity lotteries - Local Government Lawyer >
Charity lotteries are an important and growing source of unrestricted income for many charities. More relaxed regulations could open the way for more charity lotteries.
Rupert Earle and Ayden Peach discuss the rules affecting campaigners in the run up to the general election in the Lawyer.
Melanie Carter, partner in BWB's public & regulatory team, has been quoted in the Lawyer on the politics ahead of the general election.