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Many of you will be aware that since December 2012 the government has been engaged in a series of reforms to judicial review.
The arrival of the festive season is usually a time for merriment, but for employers it brings with it the challenges involved with sourcing additional staff to meet increased consumer demand.
The past year has seen an increase of companies listing on public markets around the world, including AIM.
Following on from the recent revelations surrounding Tesco, BWB’s Louise Rea explores the legal connotations of whistleblowing.
The corporate team at Bates Wells Braithwaite explores some of the advantages and disadvantages of an initial public offering (IPO).
BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprises — several interesting reports about the role of trustees; and more
Bates Wells Braithwaite has released the 20 November 2014 issue of its BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprises.
The Home Office has released guidance for landlords ahead of the Right to Rent Check Pilot Scheme, which launches in the West Midlands on 1 December 2014.
Stephanie Biden has been appointed as adviser to the joint committee that is undertaking pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Protection of Charities Bill.
The prospect that obesity could be seen as a disability raises various questions, including what steps employers might take to ensure that its workforce is healthy.
BWB’s Philip Kirkpatrick recently delivered the keynote address at the 2014 NCVO/BWB Trustee Conference, asking the question ‘Is regulation out of hand?’.
BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprises — FAQs for charities on the impact of the Lobbying Act; and more
Bates Wells Braithwaite has released the 13 November 2014 issue of its BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprises.
Bates Wells Braithwaite acted for the independent reviewer of the Advertising Standards Authority Adjudications and for the Advertising Standards Authority.
BWB has welcomed a ruling by the High Court that the Warburg Institute’s sole trustee is obliged to maintain the institute as an ‘independent unit’.
The High Court has rejected the University of London’s claims that all additions to the Warburg Institute since 1944 belong to the university.
BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprises — draft of the Protection of Charities Bill has been published; and more
Bates Wells Braithwaite has released the 6 November 2014 issue of its BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprises.
In the recent case of Moseley v Haringey, the Supreme Court considered the necessary ingredients of proper consultation by a local authority.
The EAT has published its judgment in the three conjoined cases of Bear Scotland v Fulton and Baxter; Hertel (UK) v Wood; and Amec Group v Law.
This article looks at some issues that often arise with property being gifted in wills. It looks at some of the pros and cons of the most common types of gift of property.
The number of employees on long-term sickness absence, and the willingness of many GPs to simply sign employees off sick, is a cause of great concern to employers.
The House of Lords has just passed several very significant amendments to the draft legislation.