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Bates Wells Braithwaite has confirmed its appointment to the Wales Audit Office’s (WAO) legal services framework.
Also: tribunal wach and a round-up of recent interesting cases.
Is it better to be in or out of the EU in terms of UK employment law?
Regulatory developments across a range of online gaming jurisdictions.
Group similar provisions together in a single document is among the tips offered here.
Why does the pay gap matter and what are the new reporting requirements?
An important opportunity to comment on fundraising practices.
Important amendments to the charities bill in relation to fundraising.
Also: a wrongly paid legacy; a big trust fund dispute; and more...
Bates Wells Braithwaite has achieved revenue growth of 12 per cent in its results for the last financial year, increasing from £18.26m to £20.38m.
Changes to fundraising regulation, plus a wide-ranging review.
Paul Jennings and Charlie Miller of Bates Wells Braithwaite’s Employment department has been successful in the East London Employment Tribunal.
The annual immigration cap for sponsoring non-EEA skilled migrants under the Tier 2 (General) subcategory has been reached again this month.
In “key public services”, to be lawful a strike will have to be voted for by 40 per cent of those eligible to vote.
Charity Finance Annual Legal Survey names BWB leading legal adviser to charity sector.
Inquiry results plus recommendations on how to improve governance...
BWB briefing for charities and social enterprises: charity law reform; social media guidance for schools; and more
Also: Charity Commission’s Annual Report and Strategic Plan for 2015/16; and Crown Commercial Service’s updated version of its lean sourcing guidance for public sector buyers.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has released a judgement in Plumb v Duncan Print Group Ltd holding that there is an 18 month limit on annual leave carry forward for sick workers.
Both landlords and tenants need to be aware of the introduction of more environmental obligations on properties.
Simon Steeden and Pippa Garland of BWB represented Golden Lane Housing as it listed the first charity bond.