Practice Notes: Charities

The rise and fall of group actions: a front-line view

The cost-benefit approach taken to the granting of group litigation orders has undermined the purpose of the rules introduced to provide access to justice

22 Jul 2008

Charity begins at the new Tribunal

Alison McKenna, first president of the new Charity Tribunal, talks to Jean-Yves Gilg about her priorities ahead of the new tribunals servic

24 Jun 2008

Update: sentencing

Barbara Barnes reviews the latest cases on dangerousness, young offenders, concurrent or consecutive sentences, young offenders and chil

19 May 2008

Business leads

The ability to generate and convert leads into business is a skill that modern firms must master, says Yur

29 Apr 2008

Update: landlord and tenant

Milton McIntosh considers developments in regard to rent reviews, quiet enjoyment, surrender agreements, repair damages and busines

23 Nov 2007

Recovery position

As digital evidence takes an increasingly important part in civil and criminal cases so lawyers should ensure they know how to obtain it, preserve it and p

01 Sep 2007

Learn by trial and terror

Prejudice, lack of resources and the reluctance of witnesses are only a few of the problems encountered by lawyers acting for defendants in trials of terro

01 Sep 2007

Music to their ears

Victoria Handley explains what the new noise regulations mean for the entertainment industry and how best to address hearing los

10 Aug 2007

Practice trends: charity law

As the Charities Act 2006 is gradually implemented, the voluntary sector is beginning to grapple with a new set of challenges. Jean-Yves Gil

27 Jul 2007

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