MBL Charity Law Review Conference

2013-10-01T21:51:49+01:00October 1st, 2013|

Transcript of a lecture delivered at a recent outside event, 25th September 2013 by Alison McKenna, Principal Judge First - Tier Tribunal (Charity) on the Tribunal and its workings. Notes for Alison McKenna’s session on the First-tier Tribunal (Charity) This session covers: • The Tribunals framework • Jurisdiction in charity cases - Appeals, Reviews and [...]

The Transparency of Lobbying, Non Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Bill

2013-09-02T21:58:01+01:00September 2nd, 2013|

On Monday 2nd September, Ann Phillips, Chairman of the Association, met with Tony Stafford, Head of Guidance and Policy at the Electoral Commission to discuss the Bill and its implications for charities as non party campaigners. We said that charities and their advisers were likely to endorse many of the points of concern raised in [...]

New opportunities for reforming the law

2013-08-19T22:04:30+01:00August 19th, 2013|

New opportunities for reforming the law Can you identify areas of the law that would benefit from reform? The Law Commission is consulting on its 12th Programme of Law Reform. This offers individuals and organisations an opportunity to ask the Commission to examine specific problems with the law. The sort of projects the Commission is [...]

In response to the Welsh Government’s consultation on charity rates relief

2013-06-18T22:06:00+01:00June 18th, 2013|

  Letter addressed to Edwina Hart, Welsh Minister for Economy, Science and Transport from Ann Phillips, Chairman of the Charity Law Association (June 2013) Welsh Government Consultation Document Number: WG18495 Business Rate Relief for Charities, Social Enterprises and Credit Unions – Recommendations from an independent report to the Welsh Government (April 2013) Letter addressed to Edwina Hart, [...]

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