Video: Issues in charity law, administration and litigation
The webinar, hosted by Francesca Quint, Joshua Winfield and Natalie Pratt, consists of three sections and covers charitable status: PINF – the public interest news foundation, when form affects function, and challenging Commission decisions. Cover charitable status: PINF – the public interest news foundation – hosted by Francesca Quint This talk examines the background to […]
Charity trustees: powers, duties and control by the court
On Wednesday 28 October, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Robert Pearce KC and Matthew Mills will be hosting, Charity trustees: powers, duties and control by the court. Robert will discuss the current law relating to the control of charity trustees by the court in the light of the decision of the Supreme Court in Lehtimaki […]
Lehtimaki v Cooper and members of charitable companies – Article by Matthew Mills
When are members of charitable companies subject to fiduciary duties? Matthew Mills considers the Supreme Court’s decision in Lehtimaki v Cooper in this article, which was originally published in the Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal. You can read Matthew’s article here.
Video: Junior Programme: Charities – Incorporating charities and challenging Commission decisions
During the webinar Matthew Mill discusses why charity trustees may wish to incorporate an existing unincorporated charity and how they should go about doing so. Natalie Pratt then discusses how to challenge Commission decisions, with a specific focus on judicial review. Junior Programme events are aimed at recently qualified lawyers and consist of an hour […]