Viewing: BWB In The Media
Philip Trott, Partner and Head of Immigration at Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB), has been featured in the Spear’s 500 2018 – “the indispensable guide to the top private client advisers, wealth managers, lawyers and service providers for HNW individuals”.
Bates Wells Braithwaite’s (BWB) Managing Partner Martin Bunch has had his contribution to a recent Facebook livechat summarised in a new blog post written by UnLtd.
Amanda Ogilvie, Solicitor in BWB’s Charity & Social Enterprise Department, has written for Civil Society’s “Expert Insight” portal on how International NGOs (INGOs) can navigate the risk management landscape.
Paul Jennings, partner in BWB’s Employment team, has been featured prominently in the Law Society Gazette’s (LSG) coverage of the magazine’s latest roundtable.
BWB’s partnership executive officer Peter Bennett has had an article featured in the November issue of Legal Compliance Bulletin, the Law Society’s journal for Compliance Officers for Legal Practice (COLPs).
Rosamund McCarthy has been featured in the November issue of Governance & Leadership (formerly Governance magazine).
Leticia Jennings, a partner in BWB’s Dispute Resolution team, has been quoted in the Law Society Gazette’s latest coverage of the Law Commission consultation on wills.
Following the launch of BWB’s new anti-fraud team, the Law Society Gazette has written an article detailing the wide-ranging discussion which occurred at the team’s recent “Fighting Charity Fraud” event at the firm’s Queen Street Place offices.
Philip Trott has written an article for the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) on the current state of Brexit and the UK Government's proposal.
Abbie Rumbold, partner and head of public services & mutual and health & social care, has been featured in the New Statesman’s latest Spotlight supplement.
BWB's Philip Trott has written an article for Lexology on business immigration in the UK.
BWB has been ranked first in Charity Finance’s annual legal fees survey as the UK law firm with the highest number of large charity clients.
Britain’s second-largest recruitment firm Cordant is due to become a social enterprise. The news that BWB Advisory and Impact has been appointed to assess Cordant’s social impact over the next five years was covered in two recent articles by Pioneer’s Post.
In the wake of the Law Commission’s recent report entitled “Technical Issues in Charity Law”, many across the charities and social enterprises sector have been pondering what this means for their administrative processes.
BWB's Luke Fletcher writes for British Academy, following a business breakfast held as part of the British Academy's new programme The Future of Corporation.
Paul Jennings has been quoted in two pieces written by The Guardian (accessible here and here), City AM, The Huffington Post, Evening Standard and The Independent concerning the upcoming landmark appeal case that his team is fighting against Uber.
Simon Steeden has blogged for Civil Society on whether the charities and social enterprises sector his “hit the end of the road in its efforts to persuade the Government to repeal or amend the Lobbying Act”.