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BWB's new online tool allows charities and social enterprises to download basic legal documents and customise them to their needs using a guided step-by-step process, at a fraction of the cost of engaging a solicitor.
The firm has been nominated for the Private client: Firm of the year award and also the award for Public Sector: Firm (specialism) for its electoral work.
BWB are pleased to announce that twenty six of our solicitors have been included in the inaugural ratings list London Super Lawyers 2015. This new publication, published by Thompson Reuters, is a peer-influenced rating service of solicitors recognising those who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Bates Wells Braithwaite is the first UK law firm to become a Certified B Corporation, reaffirming its position as a leading City law firm for socially responsible businesses.
BWB has been appointed to the legal advisory panel of Co-operative Bank. This is the latest new client for BWB's fast-growing banking and finance team.
BWB are pleased to announce that Philip Trott has been included in this year’s Citywealth Leaders List.
Lord Andrew Phillips, founder of BWB, sat on the panel at ResPublica's publication launch event.
Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) is pleased to confirm its appointment to the Wales Audit Office’s (WAO) legal services framework.
BWB has today announced its financial results for FY14/15. The firm achieved revenue growth of 12%, increasing from £18.26M to £20.38M.
An employment tribunal ruling on the status of actors in relation to eligibility for national minimum wage has found in the favour of BWB client Gavin McAlinden, a theatrical producer.
Bates Wells Braithwaite has emerged as the leading legal advisor to the charity sector for the third consecutive year, in the Charity Finance Annual Legal Survey 2015.
Simon Steeden and Pippa Garland of BWB's innovative Social Finance team represented Golden Lane Housing in a groudbreaking transaction that saw GLH list the first charity bond on the London Stock Exchange. The bond was lauched in 2014 and raised £11m in eight days.
A new in-depth report has been released, examining pioneering developments in social financing.
City law firm Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) has hired banking & finance lawyer Patrick Keown as a partner in the firm’s corporate & commercial team.
The Queen's Speech outlined new social investment provisions for charities, stemming from a BWB proposal to Lord Hodgson during the course of his independent review of the Charities Act 2006.
Bates Wells Braithwaite will join major organisations such as Oxfam, Credit Suisse and the Prince's Trust to participate in Small Charity Week.