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Chambers has ranked Jo Coleman in the top band of national charity lawyers. It also ranked the charities team in band four, nationally.
Four Gambian diplomats have been jailed for running a tax-free tobacconist from the embassy.
IBB Solicitors has been highly commended at the West London Business Awards in recognition of its innovative business developments and client service initiatives.
The Parliamentary Joint Committee on the draft Protection of Charities Bill has taken evidence from the Charity Law Association.
Amanda Melton of IBB Solicitors has commented in Spears Wealth Management on a tiger charity divorce case.
John Milner, head of business crime and fraud at IBB Solicitors, has commented on the £260m Tesco profit error in The Times.
IBB Solicitors’ Caroline Dunne has written an article advising medical sales representatives on how to avoid a driving ban if they have acquired 12 points on their licence.
Caroline Dunne of IBB Solicitors has written an article discussing how nurses facing a driving ban could avoid losing their licences — even if they have acquired 12 points.
IBB’s Malcolm Underhill has commented in The Times on the liability and duty of care of hospitals treating Ebola patients.
Jon Mowbray, a partner and real-estate dispute lawyer, has written an article in Property News called ‘What are the implications of right to light for property developers?’...
IBB Solicitors has been shortlisted for the West London Business Awards in the Best Advisor/Consultancy category. Last year the firm won the award.
Amanda Melton, family lawyer and partner at IBB Solicitors, has discussed the inheritance tax liability of an estate where cohabitees are not married.
Jo Coleman, partner and charity lawyer at IBB Solicitors, has discussed the possibility of charities protecting their best fundraising ideas in an article on Third Sector.
Dr Chris Hayes, partner and head of intellectual property at IBB, has written an article that features in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice.
Laura Thompson, a solicitor at IBB Solicitors, has discussed wilful neglect or mistreatment issues for health workers.
Jon Mowbray, IBB partner and real-estate dispute solicitor, has discussed what rights homeowners living near the proposed HS2 route have when claiming compensation.
Alan Jolliffe, personal injury solicitor at IBB Solicitors, has discussed the Mesothelioma Act 2014 in the The Personal Injury Brief Update.
IBB Solicitors will sponsor the David Silva Memorial Prize for the top land law student at Brunel University Law School.