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BWB is delighted to have been shortlisted for the STEP Private Client Awards 2016/17 , Private Client Legal Team of the Year.
Bates Wells Braithwaite is delighted to announce the appointment of new partner Gillian Roche-Saunders.
BWB has been awarded Government Law Firm of the Year 2016 in the 7th Annual Global Law Experts Awards.
We have just finished shortlisting 10 fantastic projects which were successful in our 2016 application process, and have now moved into the development phase.
On the first anniversary of Shared Parental Leave (SPL) coming into force (on 6th April 2016) Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) has surveyed 100 employers of different sizes, from across a range of sectors.
Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) is delighted to announce the promotion of Stephen Callender to partner in its Corporate & Commercial team.
Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) is extremely pleased to confirm its appointment to the Single Source Regulations Office (SSRO) legal services framework.
The Stephen Lloyd Awards Committee today announced they are now open for entries to the 2016 Stephen Lloyd Awards. The aim of the awards, in line with Stephen’s own approach, is to help create success by finding and nurturing innovative ideas and projects that can lead to practical, sustainable social change. The awards committee is particularly interested in supporting ideas that address social problems at a systemic level.
BWB has been awarded 'Government Law - Law Firm of the Year in England 2016' by Corporate Intl Global Awards.
A new pan-European social enterprise legal network launched this week in Madrid, as a result of a European Commission sponsored study into the state of social enterprise across Europe. Bates Wells Braithwaite is proud to have been both a leading contributor to the study and a founding member of the network.
BWB, ACEVO, BOND, CFG and DSC have briefed MPs urging them to table ten amendments to the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill. The collective view of the group is that some of the powers in the Bill lack sufficient safeguards and threaten the independence of charities.