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Cecile Gillard, Bates Wells’ Company Secretarial Manager, has written for ICSA (The Governance Institute) Governance and Compliance magazine on a review of 2018 in the world of Charity Governance.
Today Uber lost its appeal to the Court of Appeal, in a landmark case concerning the employment rights of an estimated 45,000 drivers across London.
Benjamin Thomas, Solicitor in Bates Wells’ Charity & Social Enterprise team, has written for Law in Sport on the key considerations sports clubs should bear in mind when weighing up whether to establish charitable foundations.
Rosamund McCarthy, Partner in our Charity & Social Enterprise team, and Lucy McLynn, Head of Employment, have written for the latest issue of Charity Finance on the Charity Commission’s revised serious incident reporting (SIR) guidance.
Bates Wells' Natalie Knight and Natalie Ali have written an article for the Autumn edition of the Linked, the London Universities Purchasing Consortium (LUPC) magazine.
David Hunter, Consultant in our Charity & Social Enterprise team, has written an article. for the latest issue of CFG Finance Focus which examines the role of Social Impact Bonds (SIBs) and how “with a greater focus on meaningful impact rather than results, they could have an important role to play in tackling disadvantage”.
Victoria Cook, Senior Associate in Bates Wells’ Employment team, has written for Civil Society on what charities need to be aware of when weighing up whether to use incentives to encourage volunteers.
The national press have featured Bates Wells’ role in James Farrar and Yaseen Aslam’s Court of Appeal case against Uber.
Paul Jennings and Rachel Mathieson from our Employment team have written an opinion piece for Times Law setting out why they believe workers’ rights should not be overlooked by gig employers.
Bill Lewis, Consultant at Bates Wells, has written for Charity Financials on the top ten VAT ‘bear traps’ facing the charities sector.
Bates Wells Senior Associate Jonathan Pearce has written for the Law Society Gazette on the Court of Appeal’s recent judgment in the case of Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake and Shannon v Rampersad.
Bates Wells’ Charity & Social Enterprise (CHaSE) practice group has been recognised as the legal sector’s leading charity team by this year’s Charity Finance legal survey.
Following on from August’s ruling in Cliff Richard’s defamation suit against the BBC, Rupert Earle, Head of Media Disputes, has blogged for The Times on the implications of the judgment for press freedom.
Head of Data Privacy Victoria Hordern has been quoted by Global Data Review on the potential impact of a “No-Deal Brexit” on UK data protection law.
Catharina Waller has written an article for the Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (CITMA) to set out why the not-for-profit sector requires a guiding hand from IP professionals.
Charity Finance has published an article by David Hunter focusing on recent changes to the Public Services Act and how they impact on charities and social enterprises.
Insights from Chetal Patel, partner in our Immigration Team, have been featured in People Management’s take on a new Universities UK study that calls for the reintroduction of a “Global Graduate Talent Visa” to help overseas students work and study in the UK post-graduation.
Following the news that Kweku Adoboli, the famed UBS “rogue trader” is about to be deported to Ghana from the UK, Tim Barnden, Head of Immigration, has provided analysis on the legal background to Mr Adoboli’s case to Bloomberg News.