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To avoid being caught by the provisions of the Lobbying Act, charities need to take care about the distinction between employee and volunteer time.
Gemma Boore outlines directors’ key duties and the issues they raise.
Paul Seath discusses the best way to implement crucial post-termination restrictions.
Louise Rea examines the difficulties of enforcing non-solicitation covenants on employees posting online communications and social media updates.
Louise McCartney recaps on the elements of whistleblowing legislation that are most relevant to employers.
Sarah Bull explains how to decide whether independents are right for your organisation, and how to use them to maximum effect.
William Garnett explains how the case of H v CT demonstrates that tribunals are willing to find that the denial of flexible working requests can be objectively justified, and that giving an employee’s request full consideration does command respect from tribunal judges.
The Social Enterprise Investment Market is eagerly awaiting Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) coming on stream. We have a number of clients all hoping to get new investment proposals off the blocks in the next few months.
The Football Foundation’s Chief Operating Officer explains how its new online system can help not-for-profit organisations.
Charitable Incorporated Organisations were launched to much fanfare in January 2013.
Distinguishing a grant from a contract is not always straightforward.
Lawrence Simanowitz gives his top 10 tips for organisations collecting data online.
Tessé Akpeki agrees with a recent book that failure to pay attention can be fatal in the boardroom.
When advising clients on fundraising and legacy programmes, our advice is always to keep good donor records.
In our Focus on education, Caraline Johnson summarises changes to the special educational needs regime, while Mary Groom looks at early years provision.
What’s new at the Charity Commission and Charity Tribunal?
The recent case between Rihanna and Topshop highlights the importance of obtaining appropriate permission for the use of celebrity images.
Despite concerted opposition, the new lobbying and campaigning legislation is now in force.
The referendum on Scottish independence will be held on 18 September 2014. John Hodge discusses what this might mean for charities.
Julian Blake explains how a recent conference in Strasbourg is a reason to be optimistic about the future of social enterprise.