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13 Sep 2012
asb law brain injury specialist co-chairs national conference
Francis Lacy Scott is co-chairing the national conference of the Brain Injury Social Work Group, dedicated to raising the standards of services supporting people with a brain injury...
13 Sep 2012
Planning to boost the economy?
A series of measures have recently been announced by the government to boost house building...
12 Sep 2012
Pilot's holiday pay dispute - Williams v BA
The long running legal challenge by British Airways’ (“BA”) pilots against the airline (Williams v BA) is expecting a supreme court ruling late Autumn 2012...
3 Sep 2012
asb lawyers to present on "Preventing fraud and corruption"
asb's fraud lawyers invited to present on how to deal with fraud and corruption at IOD offices 21 September 2012...
21 Aug 2012
We welcome Brendan Roodt to our top-ranked corporate finance team
Brendan Roodt joins asb law's top ranked Corporate Finance team. Previously with Brachers, Brendan will play a key role in business development and supporting asb’s clients across the region....
17 Aug 2012
Right to Challenge – will you be a champion or a beneficiary?
The right to challenge granted under the Localism Act 2011 (“the Act”) came into force at the end of June 2012, and is intended to give charities and not for profit organisations - and other “relevant bodies” - the opportunity to influence and potentially take over the delivery of local services in the community....
17 Aug 2012
Can charity assets be protected from creditor claims?
The recent Wedgwood Museum case has prompted much debate about whether charity trustees should be taking steps to protect important charity assets from unexpected liabilities....
16 Aug 2012
Fraud guidance for charity sector launched
On 1 June 2012, The Fraud Advisory Panel and Charity Finance Group launched two new guides as part of a wider collaborative project to reduce fraud against (and within) the Charity Sector...
13 Aug 2012
asb law acts for TUI Travel in sale of specialist ski instructor business
asb law recently advised TUI Travel plc on the sale of its specialist ski and snowboard instructor business, International Academy to Harris Holidays...
5 Aug 2012
Are some still more equal than others?
Equality and Human Rights Commission reminds us that the disabled are only half as likely to go to university, to gain any qualifications, and to get a job as the able-bodied...