HMRC provide guidance to help charities consider what are reasonable steps.
The successful performance of a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is fundamental to the success of the charity.
Lesley Robinson explains the issues involved with easements that grant rights over land belonging to someone else that bind current and future landowners.
Following recent cases that have highlighted that some schemes to avoid business rates can succeed, while others are held to be avoidance schemes, William Scott finds that the situation for charities remains confusing.
Robert Oakley and Oliver Hunt outline the impact of the 'Jackson' reforms of civil litigation.
Rebecca Rider outlines the position for tenants in relation to indemnity clauses.
Nick Ivey outlines the points to consider and the pitfalls of the property boom.
Mark Traynor outlines the key requirements for a wayleave agreement.
BWB's Melanie Carter warns that changes to judicial review will harm campaigning charities.
Melanie Carter explains the implications of some key recent decisions on Freedom of Information Act.
Rupert Earle finds that the medium chosen to express views has an important bearing on the interplay of different rights.
Matthew Orme outlines the key points to consider following a recent case that clarifies companies involved with another company - whether as parent and subsidiary or otherwise - may owe a duty of care to that other company's employees.
Rupert Earle outlines when and how a public body should perform a consultation following the Cabinet Office's revised Guidance on Consultation (July 2012).
Alistair Williams provides the latest case roundup for Public & Regulatory Law.
Mark Scodie provides guidance for organisations on avoiding legal liability for defamatory postings on online message boards.
Proposed changes to judicial review are 'a full-frontal attack on charity campaigning - Third Sector >
BWB's Melanie Carter said that there is no strong evidence to support the government's proposal to bring judicial reviews, which could adversely affect charity campaigning.
Pre-termination negotiations - a new opportunity? By William Garnett - Employment Update Autumn 2013 >
In a follow-up to the lead article in our Late Spring Update, William Garnett examines the practicalities of having ‘grown-up conversations’ with underperforming employees.
Victoria Cook follows up on the remarkable case of P v M.
Paul Jennings summarises the key points of settlement agreements for employers to bear in mind.
Anna Przewoznik finds that the government's proposals to 'toughen civil penalties while cutting red tape' continues the trend of responsibility for employers.