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The BWB Charity & Social Enterprise team are delighted to present their Spring 2018 update.
BWB's Sung-Hyui Park explains how B Corp status affects the obligations of a company's directors.
BWB's Lawrence Simanowitz and Michael Charalambous explain the current requirements for when a data breach should be reported to the Information Commissioner's Office, and how the General Data Protection Regulation will change the position.
The Autumn edition of the Charity & Social Enterprise Update looks at the work of YMCA London South West. Neil Lambert, BWB's housing specialist, describes what the changes to the Housing and Planning Act 2016 have meant for YMCA London South West.
A new Charity Governance Code was issued in summer 2017. Rachael Chapman and Tesse Akpeki consider what practical steps charities should be taking in light of the new code.
The new Charity Governance Code makes a series of recommendations about board effectiveness. Governance expert Tesse Akpeki looks at the options for trustees when reviewing their governance.
We are now on the final countdown to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will apply in the UK from 25 May 2018.
Charitable companies are required by a combination of company law and charity law to disclose certain information about their organisations. BWB's Alice Faure Walker and Rachel Norman outline the requirements.
The Charity & Social Enterprise department are delighted to present their Autumn 2017 Update.
Bates Wells Braithwaite, HCT Group and E3M’s Bold Commissioners network have released a new report, The art of the possible in public procurement, examining the implications of the new Public Contracts Regulations 2015 and the options the regulations provide for public service commissioners. The report also presents a set of scenarios that seek to demonstrate the scope of what the regulations allow commissioners to do.