Viewing: BWB In The Media
Insights from Luke Fletcher, partner in Bates Wells’ Charity & Social Enterprise team, have been featured in Private Equity’s take on the relevance of B Corp status for the private equity sector.
Tesse Akpeki has provided comment to Third Sector for a piece that delves into whether charities should pay board members in order to boost diversity and encourage greater effectiveness in their operations.
Following remarks before an audience of attendees at the University of Liverpool’s London campus, Philip Kirkpatrick’s proposed new charity governance model has now inspired an in-depth feature (£) written by Governance & Leadership.
Luke Fletcher, partner in Bates Wells’ Charity & Social Enterprise team, has written for Civil Society on how the referral of important questions around charity trustee investment duties to tribunal by the Charity Commission could play an important role in the fight against climate change.
Simon Steeden’s insights regarding new Charity Commission guidance on the relationship between charities and non-charities have been covered by Civil Society, Third Sector (£) and UK Fundraising.
This week’s call by Bates Wells and a coalition of charities for legal clarity on whether charities should ensure their investments support their goals and their duty to provide public benefit, has been covered by the national press.
Oliver Hunt, Associate at Bates Wells, has been quoted in Reuters news piece examining the role that crowdfunding can play in helping individuals to support social enterprise projects.
Lawrie Simanowitz’s views on the findings of the Cairncross Review have been featured in Civil Society’s coverage of the report’s publication.
Insights and commentary by Philip Kirkpatrick, Head of Charity & Social Enterprise at Bates Wells, on the future of charity governance have been covered by Third Sector.
Following the publication of the Cairncross Review, the independent report into the financial future of the UK news industry, Lawrie Simanowitz has given his reaction to the Review’s findings and recommendations.
After a tumultuous year for charities in the wake of several safeguarding scandals, Emma Dowden-Teale speaks to Charity Finance about shifting definitions and new responsibilities.
Luke Fletcher, partner in Bates Wells’ Charity & Social Enterprise team, has set out the reasons why Bates Wells believes that the Impact Economy has the “potential to affect the whole economic system” in a piece for Pioneer’s Post.
Bill Lewis, Consultant at Bates Wells, has written an article for Charity Financials outlining the top ten tax-free benefits available to charities.
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.
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.
Luke Fletcher, partner in our Charity and Social Enterprise team, has offered his views to Civil Society as to how, in future, assets of community value should be dealt with in the event that charitable organisations enter the administration process.
Lucas Atkin, Solicitor at Bates Wells Braithwaite, has contributed to a data protection discussion held by leading information service Payments Compliance.