BWB amongst others, have been named in a report listing '1000 companies to inspire Britain' by the London Stock Exchange.
Charity begins at home - the role of the Corporate Foundation - by Erica Crump and Rosamund McCarthy >
There is a long-standing tradition in the UK of commercial companies giving to and supporting charities. But in today’s CSR and brand focused world, it is no longer just a question of how much a corporate will give to charity each year; boards of directors are faced with numerous options for how their corporates will engage with and structure their not for profit work.
Good Deals is the UK's leading social investment conference. The annual event provides social entrepreneurs and civil society leaders with the knowledge, skills and connections to attract social investment.
BWB's Abbie Rumbold spoke at the Social Enterprise World Forum 2013. A video introducing the first day's activities has been released.
BWB’s Laura Soley advised SOAS (School of Oriental & African Studies), University of London, in relation to a £20 million donation from the Alphawood Foundation in Chicago.
As the living wage increases, BWB is proud to be an accredited living wage employer
BWB's Stephanie Biden and Julian Blake advise the McCall MacBain Foundation on a £75 million donation >
BWB’s Stephanie Biden and Julian Blake advised the McCall MacBain Foundation, a grant-making organisation established by John and Marcy McCall MacBain on a £75 million donation to the Rhodes Trust, towards the future of its prestigious scholarship programme.
BWB’s Luke Fletcher is due to speak at the first-ever GIIN Investor Forum conference on Friday 11 October on Legal aspects of impact investing: What we should all know.
BWB is delighted to have been named as a winning firm in the Legal 500 UK Awards 2013.
Congratulations to our client, the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust on a successful concert at the O2 on Sunday 29 September.
BWB won a significant case in the Mayors and City of London County Court, defending a former Ryanair pilot in proceedings brought by an employment agency which supplies pilots to the low cost airline.
BWB warns new laws on non-party campaigners pose a serious threat to charity campaigning and could be in breach of Article 10 of the Human Rights Act.
The BWB Media Disputes team, acting on behalf of The Sunday Times, David Walsh and Alan English has reached a settlement with cyclist Lance Armstrong.
BWB Partner, Rosamund McCarthy has said new laws on non-party campaigners will have a “chilling effect” on charities campaigning, and could be in breach of article 10 of the Human Rights Act.
Tougher sanctions proposed for employers which do not comply with the prevention of illegal working provisions >
On 9 July 2013 the Minister of State for Immigration (Mark Harper) announced the government’s proposal to “toughen civil penalties against rogue businesses employing illegal migrants while cutting red tape for legitimate employers”. What does this mean in practice?
BWB are delighted to announce that this year's Charity & Social Enterprise Tea Party will take place on 10 September 2013.
BWB's Lucy Rhodes is setting up a social enterprise which will sell specially designed jewellery made by women ex-prisoners in Kenya.
For the second year in a row, Bates Wells Braithwaite has been ranked the top legal adviser in the charity sector in the Charity Finance magazine legal survey.
Nick Hurd, Minister for Civil Society joined Lucy Bogue, interim Head of Commercial development at the Ministry of Justice at an event hosted by Bates Wells Braithwaite and E3M to discuss the progress of the Offender Rehabilitation Bill.
The SRA has on 19 June released a scam warning over loan agreement documents using the firm name ‘Bates Wells & Braithwaite’ which are fraudulent.