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Bates Wells has advised the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in a judicial review challenge by CityFibre (supported by Hyperoptic).
Members of the public are being contacted to request sums of money to be deposited into an unknown bank account through the use of fraudulent invoices containing our firm’s name and logo.
Philip Kirkpatrick, Head of Charity & Social Enterprise at Bates Wells, delivered the below address to delegates at yesterday evening’s University of Liverpool panel discussion, which focused on the future of charity governance.
Bates Wells' Philip Trott has been recognised as a Thought Leader for Corporate Immigration in Who's Who Legal.
Bates Wells is pleased to announce we will be sponsoring the Health category of the DigitalAgenda Impact Awards taking place this March.
In November 2017, the Employment Appeal Tribunal upheld the Employment Tribunal’s decision that the Claimants in this case, all of whom are current or former London-based Uber drivers, were “workers” and consequently entitled to basic protections such as national minimum wage and holiday pay. Uber’s appeal against this decision was heard in the Court of Appeal at the end of October 2018.
Bates Wells has been recognised across four categories in the shortlist for this year's Legal 500 Awards.
30 November 2018: Bates Wells has hired the entirety of Pennington Manches’ Professional Regulation team in a move that significantly boosts Bates Wells’ Public & Regulatory capabilities.
Bates Wells will now be able to advise a wider range of public sector bodies across a range of legal services from public and regulatory law, through to contracts, litigation, outsourcing, intellectual property and many other areas of law.
The Bates Wells Employment and Real Estate teams have been shortlisted in three categories at the 2018 LawWorks Awards.
The British Academy has today launched its Future of the Corporation report, which “identifies a need to re-think radically how business will meet 21st century environmental, social and economic demands, as well as the challenges of technological advances and globalisation.”
Independent legal directories Legal 500 and Chambers UK have released their newest editions, with some strong results for Bates Wells.
This year’s NatWest Women in Social Enterprise 100 (WISE100), which seeks to “recognise the most inspiring and influential women in social enterprise, impact investment and mission-driven business”, has now been launched.
At last night's WISE100 2018 event, attendees celebrated the 100 leading women in the fields of social enterprise and impact investment. Abbie Rumbold, partner in our Charities & Social Enterprise team, chaired this year's judging panel.
On 30 and 31 October London law firm, Bates Wells, will represent the lead Claimants in their landmark Court of Appeal (CoA) case against global transportation provider, Uber.