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BWB’s Ashley Fleming has won a four-year battle for a Canadian victim of domestic violence to remain in the UK, following the breakdown of her relationship with an EU citizen.
Employment Tribunal confirms that UK legislation can be interpreted in line with an earlier ECJ judgment.
Bates Wells Braithwaite charities and social enterprise briefing – Charity Commission; new SIB scheme; new social housing regulations; and more
The latest developments in the charities sector.
Six Bates Wells Braithwaite solicitors have been selected to appear in the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom.
Highlighting the measures that are most relevant to law firms and their clients.
The Budget contained some interesting points for those keeping a watchful eye on developments in social investment tax relief.
Charities and social enterprise newsletter: a 15-point checklist; non-party campaigning; public service pensions; and more
Also, a £7m Arts Impact Fund, an early-years education fund and data protection issues.
Public and regulatory law update: regulators asked to promote growth, judicial review reforms a “retrograde step” and more
More flexibility for local authorities, requirement on regulators to promote growth, changes to judicial review will be a retrograde step and more.
Bates Wells Braithwaite act for The Sunday Times and its journalists in their largely successful appeal in the Cruddas cash for access case.
The National Funding Scheme, a charity set up and represented by BWB, has used their unique donation platform DONATE to raise over £60,000 for the Battersea Arts Centre, following a fire at the theatre.
Martin Gunson explains how the new rules governing capital allowances work, whether you are buying or selling property.
Lucy McLynn answers some of the common questions and addresses some of the misconceptions about the implications of Bear Scotland v Fulton & Ors.
BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprise: charity law consultation, alternative education providers, crowdfunding and more
Latest developments in the sector.
The concept of ‘green leases’ has been circulating for a decade, but how widespread have they become in the market and how green are they?
There is no consensus in respect of the risks and benefits posed by e-cigarettes from a health perspective.
BWB briefing for charities and social enterprise: proposals to increase thresholds for charity audit and more
A round-up of developments in the charity sector.
Bates Wells Braithwaite has submitted a response to the Charity Commission consultation on ‘CC3 the Essential Trustee’, drafted by senior associate Leona Roche.
BWB attended the Community Energy England event to discuss the FCA’s position on community energy co-operatives.
Proposed changes to the Immigration Rules are intended to provide greater clarity in respect of the activities that can be performed by visitors...
BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprise: Lord Young's report on the Social value Act, and more
Bates Wells Braithwaite has published the 17 February 2015 issue of its BWB Briefing for Charities and Social Enterprises.