In the spring edition of the Charity and Social Enterprise law update:
- Rosamund McCarthy and Molly Carew-Jones discuss the implications of the draft Protection of Charities Bill.
- Augustus Della-Porta examines the problems faced by charities providing humanitarian aid to areas under the control of terrorists.
- Sarah Payne considers possible changes to the rules on how charities can use lotteries to raise funds.
- Chetal Patel and Anna Przewoznik examine the immigration implications for charities considering a restructure or merger.
- Ruth Lesirge introduces BWB client the Association of Chairs, of which she is a co-founder.
- Our senior trade mark attorney, Mathew Healey, alerts charities to the possibility of counterfeiting of your brand and the measures you can take.
- Carla Ross of BWB's Advisory and Impact team, outlines the value of social impact studies for increasing awareness of your charity's issues.
- Julian Blake explains the practices that charities should adopt in the light of new tax guidance for charities with trading subsidiaries.
- Our regular roundups on: key changes in company law; Bill Lewis's VAT update; and the latest Charity Commission and Tribunal cases.
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Posted on 30/03/2015 in Legal UpdatesBack to Knowledge