Viewing: BWB Publications
We take a look at BWB client BeyondMe, an initiative to provide young professionals with meaningful opportunities to support causes they are passionate about.
The Supreme Court recently considered what offences should be disclosed in a Disclosure and Barring Service check. Caraline Johnson explores the implications for charities and social enteprises working with children and vulnerable adults.
The Charity Tribunal ruled that the Human Dignity Trust should be registered as a charity. Philip Kirkpatrick analyses this decision and its implications for the sector.
Alistair Williams outlines the politically divisive issues of prisoners voting.
With the increased prominence of social investment, our special features focuses on recent developments which could help to stimulate the social investment market.
Rupert Earle and Mark Scodie explain the limits of freedom of expression in the election process.
Rupert Earle and Andrew Wheelhouse explain the restrictions on election advertising.
Changes to consumer protection law came into effection in June. Mairead O'Reilly explains the implications for charities and social enterprises that sell goods or services to consumers.
Melanie Carter and Alistair Williams explain that particular care needs to be taken by public bodies making decisions in the pre-election period.
As election year approaches, Rosamund McCarthy summarises the information that may affect charities and other campaigning organisations.
BWB's former senior partner Stephen Lloyd died suddenly and unexpectedly on 20 August 2014. Here we share a selection of the outpouring of tributes from clients and non-clients alike.
Restrictions on political expenditure by non-party campaigning organisations - Simon Steeden, Rosamund McCarthy and Melanie Carter >
Simon Steeden, Rosamund McCarthy and Melanie Carter explore how a new act will affect charities, trade associations, trade unions and campaigning organisations.
To avoid being caught by the provisions of the Lobbying Act, charities need to take care about the distinction between employee and volunteer time.
Paul Seath discusses the best way to implement crucial post-termination restrictions.
Louise Rea examines the difficulties of enforcing non-solicitation covenants on employees posting online communications and social media updates.
Louise McCartney recaps on the elements of whistleblowing legislation that are most relevant to employers.
Gemma Boore outlines directors’ key duties and the issues they raise.
Sarah Bull explains how to decide whether independents are right for your organisation, and how to use them to maximum effect.
William Garnett explains how the case of H v CT demonstrates that tribunals are willing to find that the denial of flexible working requests can be objectively justified, and that giving an employee’s request full consideration does command respect from tribunal judges.
The Social Enterprise Investment Market is eagerly awaiting Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) coming on stream. We have a number of clients all hoping to get new investment proposals off the blocks in the next few months.