Viewing: BWB In The Media
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.
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.
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.
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”.
Following the launch of a new report detailing the benefits of HM The Queen’s patronage on charities and social enterprises, Third Sector and UK Fundraising have featured BWB in their coverage of the report’s key findings. You can read both publications’ articles by clicking here and here.
BWB's Rosamund McCarthy has been quoted in Third Sector and Civil Society Media expressing her concerns about the draft guidance published by the Charity Commission's on its new power to issue official warnings to charities.
Pippa Garland has written for the Private Client Advisor discussing the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016.
David Hunter in Local Government Lawyer and Public Law Today - when PFI contractors fail to perform >
David Hunter explains what rights and remedies you have when PFI contractors fail to perform.
Writing for iNTERGAMING magazine, Sarah Payne considers lotteries and corporate social responsibility for professional sports and entertainment.
Alice Faure Walker has been quoted in a Third Sector article which highlights the possible implications of the Charity Commission’s new powers.
BWB has been mentioned by Third Sector after giving analysis on the Charity Commission's guidance on the EU referendum.
BWB have been mentioned in Civil Society having said that new guidance from the Charity Commission is inconsistent and does not reflect the underlying law on campaigning.
BWB's Rosamund McCarthy has been quoted in Civil Society and Third Sector expressing her concern over the Charity Commision's referendum guidance.