Michael  King

Michael King

Michael King is a senior partner and head of the charity department at Stone King.

He is co-author with Ann Phillips of Charities Act 2006 - Guide to the New Law, and was an active member of the executive committee of the Charity Law Association from 1993 to 2006 and its chairman from 1997 to 2000.

 

 

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Commentators have been speculating today on the Church of Scientology gaining charitable status, following a Supreme Court ruling that a Scientology chapel is a place of religious worship under law.

The CEO's pay must be set by trustees

Deciding how much charities should pay their executives is not the job of the Charity Commission, Acevo or the public, says Michael King.

HMRC extends definition of charity

From April HMRC has applied the fit and proper person test to all charitable tax reliefs. Michael King and Vicki Bowles explain what this means.

How to avoid a Charity Commission inquiry

The best way to avoid a Charity Commission inquiry is to follow good practice, says Michael King

It is grotesque to hear that an executive of an anti-poverty charity demands to be paid fives times the UK median wage.

» The CEO's pay must be set by trustees

Board wars: dissent, death threats and cucumbers

How a dispute between the trustees of an animal welfare charity erupted into a battle of tooth and claw.

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