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Banksy is back! 30 May 2018 by Neemah Ahamed

Recently an image of a rodent which had the marks of Bansky’s work…

Due diligence when selling a dental practice 20 March 2018 by Lucinda Stacey

Selling a dental practice is always a lengthy process and a large reason…

Graffiti Artists awarded $6.7 million in damages… 12 March 2018 by Neemah Ahamed

…for destruction of their work on a building which was demolished by the…

Muddled copyright waters for Oscar winner 8 March 2018 by Ashton Carter

The Shape of Water, nominated for 13 Academy Awards, suffered a huge setback…

Oxfam’s woes 16 February 2018 by Tony Fisher

The developing tale of woe at Oxfam perhaps shows more than anything else…

Leasing and disposing of Charity land 14 December 2017 by Ellen Petersen

Where a charity intends to let or sell (ie dispose of) charity land,…

Charity Governance Code – how does this apply to your charity? 7 December 2017 by Neemah Ahamed

The new Charity Governance Code (the Code) was published in July 2017. It…

What to consider when restructuring your charity… 22 November 2017 by Neemah Ahamed

The Charities Aid Foundation 2017 Social Landscape revealed an increasing number of charities…

Initial lessons from GDPR 10 November 2017 by Guest Author

Since spring we have been trialling new communication messages on both our cold…

Data Protection Breaches and how to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulations 7 November 2017 by Neemah Ahamed

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018….

Key points you need to know about your relationship with employees and volunteers 6 November 2017 by Neemah Ahamed

Charities engage employees and volunteers. As a charity, you need to be cautious…

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