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Daniel Penman provides the latest roundup of employment case law.
Mark Scodie explains the key points of defamation law for employers
Martin Bunch finds that tribunal decisions can be hard to predict in these circumstances
William Garnett examines the particular challenges for employers in the not-for-profit sector
Paul Seath outlines the rights and responsibilities for employers dealing with onerous subject access requests
Lucy McLynn acted on behalf of the employer, C in the case SC v C.
Paul Jennings sets out a brief guide to the 2014 TUPE amendments
Mathew Healey explains how charities can avoid and resolve brand name and trade mark disputes.
Selman Ansari explains how two recent cases offer lessons in the power and limit of judicial review proceedings.
Christine Rigby looks at the current state of play on charity law reform.
Paraic Madigan and John Gill of Matheson in Dublin explore the effect that this will have, and outline how tax breaks may be available to foreign charities in the Republic.
Sean Egan and his team provide a brief roundup of key news for the sector and explore some of the latest developments and their impact on the industry.
Laura Soley welcomes the flexibility of the new rules of the Trust (Capital and Income) Act 2013.
Jenny Ebbage of Edwards & Co in Belfast explains that charity registration in Northern Ireland is now underway.
Trainee Solicitor Molly Waiting provides us with the latest roundup of charity case law.
Augustus Della-Porta looks at the legal challenges that can arise from working in high-risk areas.
David Hunter welcomes developments of the 2014 EU Public Procurement Directive.
Stephen Lloyd outlines the announcements on the reform of community interest companies and the new social investment tax relief.
Energy4All is an award-winning not-for-profit organisation formed in 2002 to expand the number of renewable energy co-operatives in the UK, as part of a transition to a low carbon economy.
Tesse Akpeki reports on the current thinking on board leadership across the Atlantic.