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Philip Trott, head of Bates Wells Braithwaite’s immigration department, has been included in this year’s Citywealth Leaders List.
Bates Wells Braithwaite has confirmed its appointment to the Wales Audit Office’s (WAO) legal services framework.
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.
Paul Jennings and Charlie Miller of Bates Wells Braithwaite’s Employment department has been successful in the East London Employment Tribunal.
Charity Finance Annual Legal Survey names BWB leading legal adviser to charity sector.
Simon Steeden and Pippa Garland of BWB represented Golden Lane Housing as it listed the first charity bond.
E3M has released an in-depth report examining pioneering developments in social financing. BWB partners Luke Fletcher , Simon Steeden and Jim Clifford all provided insights, tips and comments.
Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) has hired banking & finance lawyer Patrick Keown as a partner in the firm’s corporate and commercial team.
BWB has welcomed the announcement in the queen’s speech on the forthcoming Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill, in particular the social investment provisions.
BWB’s impact team has been commissioned by European Impact Investing Luxembourg to work out an impact reporting framework for a proposed new Luxembourgish social enterprise legal vehicle.
Charity Finance’s Ian Allsop has identified 25 individuals as the future leaders of the charity advisory sector, including BWB charity partners Stephanie Biden, Luke Fletcher and Simon Steeden.
Louise McCartney commented on the ECJ’s decision to restore the approach that collective consultation with unions or employee representatives is required only where 20 or more redundancies are proposed at the same establishment.
This process involved providing a considerable amount of evidence to the SRA that through his work he had achieved the same standard as someone completing a traditional training period.
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.