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25 May - Elisabeth Bell

After the frenzy, the GDPR and the new Data Protection Act 2018 apply from today, but as Elisabeth Bell explains, those in charge of compliance won't be breathing a sigh... Read More

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24 May - James Bowen

All directors should be aware of the statutory and fiduciary duties that they owe to the company. The certain duties and responsibilities are listed at sections 171 to 177 of... Read More

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23 May - Alison Craggs

The term "capacity" is used so frequently and is often misunderstood. Legal and medical professionals are likely to have a different understanding of this powerful word, which ultimately determines whether... Read More

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22 May - Kirsteen Hook

From 1 August 2018, new rules will come into effect which means that the automatic disqualification rules will also apply to senior management positions in charities, as well as charity... Read More

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22 May - Kirsteen Hook

The Institute of Fundraising (IoF) has released guidance which says that whilst value and ethics are important when considering whether to accept donations, they are not decisive. Donations to charities... Read More

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22 May - Kirsteen Hook

Our Charities team here at Blake Morgan publishes e-bulletins to keep you up-to-date with breaking news and topical issues affecting the sector. We also offer regular charity trustee induction and... Read More

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21 May - Anna Protheroe

Today marks the start of Dementia Awareness Week and with an estimated 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK, this condition is something that needs to be discussed. Should... Read More

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21 May - Sadie Pitman

A recent High Court decision has highlighted not only the power of punctuation, but the need for tenants to take proactive legal action when they wish to terminate their lease... Read More

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21 May - Nicola Diggle

Removing senior directors goes against the grain in business. Extracting the leader certainly deviates from the norm but can be performed as and when necessary. However, there are many pitfalls... Read More

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17 May - Jody Coleman

The government recently published the outcome of its consultation on improving the home buying and selling process. One of the resulting proposals was the introduction of reservation agreements. The government... Read More

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17 May - Debra Gers

Extensive guidance on sexual harassment has been published over the past few months by ACAS, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) and the TUC to help employers understand their... Read More

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17 May - Oliver Weiss

This article first appeared in Reward Strategy Magazine. The writing of references has long been a thorny topic in employment law and so the recent case of Hincks v Sense Network... Read More