Group structures: considerations for trustees
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Group structures: considerations for trustees

26 Aug 2015

Elizabeth Davis and Kirsteen Hook examine issues faced by trustees working with large complex networks.

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Group structures: considerations for trustees

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The Lobbying Act: a trustee perspective

Jayne Adams and Benjamin James explain how the Lobbying Act will impact on charities.

Got it tapes? Employees recording disciplinary hearings

Rachel Lewis highlights the issue covert recordings of meetings being used as evidence in disciplinary hearings.

Information: the rights of trustees

James Maloney looks at governance issues that can arise when an individual refuses to disclose information to the full board.

Collaboration agreement: heads of terms

Augustus Della-Porta advises on collaboration agreements.

Removing a chief executive - when and how to do it?

William Garnett explains when it might be necessary to remove a chief executive and how to go about it.

Best legal format: social enterprise or charity?

Chris Brophy discusses whether it is better to be a social enterprise or a charity.

Implications of Scottish independence for UK charities

Alastair Keatinge explains what it will mean for charities if Scotland decides to break away from the UK.

Challenging legacies - the pros and cons

Mark Keenan explores the implications of the case of RSPCA v Gill on charity finance litigation.

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