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March 16th 2015

Our wills, probate & trusts team is supporting the Ministry of Justice which has launched a campaign aimed at raising awareness about the importance of planning for the future.

Since The Charities Act 2011 introduced the new form of legal entity, known as a charitable incorporated organisation (CIO) 3,426 charities have registered as CIOs. We explain why it may be beneficial for an unincorporated charity to convert to a CIO and the process for doing so. 

 

After George Osborne delivered his Budget yesterday, our expert wills, probate and trusts lawyer Simon Cook considers the impact of one of the proposals.

It is no secret that Facebook has provided a number of tools that make it a powerful device not just for individuals, but for businesses and brands as well, writes employment law partner Matthew Clayton.

LinkedIn now has over 347 million registered users, with two new users joining every second. Is it a ‘safe haven’ for employers who have to deal with the effects of social media in the workplace? Unfortunately not!

A significant majority of people have some form of social media involvement, whether that is through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or one of the many other platforms. It is often thought that personal tweets which do not mention the tweeter’s employer are ‘safe’. They are not. 

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