Viewing: In The News
BWB's Lucy McLynn sits on the panel answering questions for BBC Radio 4's MoneyBoxLive: Employment Rights.
GPs fear the impact of competition rules, but might find lower-profile legislation can provide a counterbalance. BWBs David Hunter comments.
BWB's David Hunter reports on the public sector mutuals spun out by local authority staff who can help improve services, but only if all the puzzle comes together.
BWB Partner, Peter Bohm helped advise on Betfair Group's takeover of online sports bookmaker Blue Square Bet from Rank Group.
BWB's David Hunter comments on the government's reform of offender management services for the voluntary sector.
BWB's Sarah Payne sits on the Board for The Bike Project, a BWB client who have recently appeared in the news.
BWB's Rosamund McCarthy says the Charity Commission should take a lead on establishing investigative journalism as a charitable activity.
Professor Simon Denny of Inspire2Enterprise and the University of Northampton gives his verdict, and BWB's Luke Fletcher comments.
Louise McCartney comments on the recent European Court of Human Rights rulings on religious discrimination in the workplace.
BWB Partner Luke Fletcher comments on news that the goverment will introduce a new tax relief for social investment in the Finance Bill 2014.
BWB Property client in the news - Victorian Gothic folly rockets back into use.
BWB Partner Thea Longley looks at the increasing number of accountants choosing to specialise in the charity sector.
A new structure called Local Healthwatch is being introduced in England, Mo Girach, special advisor to the NHS Alliance and Sarah Cannings, solicitor from BWB explain.
BWB Senior Associate Leona Roche comments on the implications of the Equality Act for charities that have emerged from two recent religious cases.
Julian Blake, BWB Partner, shares his legal expertise on the impact of the Social Value Act.
Partner Rosamund McCarthy comments on the Plymouth Brethren case.
Partner Abbie Rumbold comments on the move.
Partner Julian Blake examines the workings and benefits of the Social Value Act.
Alice Faure-Walker provides a comprehensive guide to managing the relationship between a charity and its trading subsidiary, from a legal perspective.