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New regulations have relaxed some of the requirements surrounding company names, while legislation currently before Parliament is due to affect the rules on company record keeping and filing.
Sarah Payne considers the effects of proposed changes to the rules on how charities can use lotteries for fundraising.
Melanie Carter outlines the basics of pre-election spending for non-party organisations.
Augustus Della-Porta examines the impact of counter-terrorism law on charities delivering humanitarian aid in areas of conflict.
The General Power of Competence gives local authorities new regulatory powers, but what does it mean in practice? Melanie Carter explains.
The joint committee on the draft Protection of Charities Bill published its report on Wednesday 25 February 2015.
The definition of personal data is a vexing issue for data controllers and recent judgments in the UK and Europe do little to clarify it. Mark Scodie and Andrew Wheelhouse find that the definition of personal data is dependent on the individual circumstances of a case.
Daniel Penman examines two recent employment cases in detail: Elys v Marks and Spencer and others and Rabess v London Fire Emergency Planning Authority
Much debate and controversy has surrounded the new rules governing non-party campaigning. With these changes now implemented and the general election approaching, BWB’s Simon Steeden explains the new rules and considers their impact on faith-based organisations and churches.
BWB’s Jim Clifford and Dr Richard Hazenberg of the University of Northampton have prepared a policy paper on social impact measurement for E3M.
New rules governing capital allowances mean even entities that do not pay tax will need to address capital allowances on any property sales. Martin Gunson explains how the new rules work, whether you are buying or selling property.
In the aftermath of the judgment of the Employment Appeal Tribunal (‘EAT’) in Bear Scotland v Fulton & Others there has been a lot of discussion about the implications for the calculation of holiday pay. Lucy McLynn answers some of the common questions and addresses some of the misconceptions.
Recent high-profile media coverage has heightened fears of a terrorist attack. Whilst a serious threat, are the preventative actions against it proportionate? Augustus Della-Porta looks behind the recent bad press that Muslim charities have received.
The concept of ‘green leases’ has been circulating for a decade, but how widespread have they become in the market and how green are they?
A wide range of materials can be protected as intellectual property but the legal rights in and around IP are often misunderstood. Mindy Jhittay provides a detailed look at how you and your employees can protect what's yours.