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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.
Six Bates Wells Braithwaite solicitors have been selected to appear in the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom.
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.
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.
The Stephen Lloyd Awards committee is inviting entries to the Stephen Lloyd Awards, set up to honour the memory of the Bates Wells Braithwaite lawyer who died in August 2014.
On 9 February 2015, Bates Wells Braithwaite will move offices to 10 Queen Street Place, London EC4, on the north side of Southwark Bridge, overlooking the river Thames.
Twelve BWB solicitors have been included in the inaugural ratings list London Super Lawyers 2014 by Thomson Reuters.
The award will reflect Stephen’s commitment to innovation in tackling social issues.
BWB sponsored the Health & Social Care Social Enterprise award, which went to Social adVentures, a Salford-based social enterprise.
Stephanie Biden has been appointed as adviser to the joint committee that is undertaking pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Protection of Charities Bill.
Bates Wells Braithwaite has 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.
The EAT has rejected an employment tribunal’s judgment that actors engaged under a profit-sharing arrangement are ‘workers’ and therefore entitled to the minimum wage.
Giving both parents the right to take time off may be a novel idea, but in practice it is unlikely to change the position and pay of women, according to Lucy McLynn.
Lawrie Simanowitz, charity partner at Bates Wells Braithwaites, has been quoted in Third Sector, saying that guidance for telephone fundraisers needs to be ‘properly enforced’.
BWB has reported the passing of Stephen Lloyd: ‘our colleague, friend and inspirational former senior partner, who gave so much to the charity and social enterprise sector’.
BWB’s Melanie Carter has made a submission to the Electoral Commission for the further improvement of the guidance on non-party campaigning.