Feeling charitable: should you be part of a free will-writing scheme?

Before getting involved in a charity’s will scheme, make sure this is part of a focused plan on both sides, says Gary Rycroft

20 Mar 2019 | Charities

Charity laws ‘inefficient and unduly complex’

Technicalities causing a drag on the smooth operation of charities ‘like barnacles on

18 Sep 2017 | Charities

An emphasis on data protection and fundraising

Sarah Clune looks at what is on the horizon for charities, including preparation for the new GDPR and changes to Charity Commission guidanc

20 Jun 2017 | Charities

Charities as beneficiaries

Following the recent Ilott decision, Lucy Gill discusses the duty of trustees to ensure that any funds due to a charity ar

26 May 2017 | Charities

Structural integrity

Darren Hooker considers the options available to charities hoping to change their legal structure, and the advantages and disadvantages o

26 May 2017 | Charities

Charities and data protection - the basics

Charities must ensure they handle supporters’ personal data correctly, or risk financial penalties and the loss of public trust, writes Betha

26 May 2017 | Charities

A significant change in fundraising?

While it is hoped that the new Fundraising Regulator will make a difference for charities and donors, there is still room for improvement, explains Andre

26 May 2017 | Charities

Helping clients and charities at HMRC's expenses

Solicitors should encourage clients to take advantage of the underused, invaluable tax relief available when leaving money to charity, advises Joh

17 May 2017 | Charities

Private prosecutions and the shape of things to come

Criticism of charities’ right to prosecute alleged offenders is short-sighted and ignores the nature of justice, writes Melink

10 May 2017 | Charities

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