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Laura Moss

Email: laura.moss@wrigleys.co.uk

Telephone: 0113 204 1145

Office: Leeds

Department: Charities

Position: Partner

Areas of practice:

Laura advises on a wide range of third sector matters and works with charities, social enterprises, housing entities, local authorities and community groups. 

Areas of specialism include:
• Charity law and governance: establishing new charities, merging existing ones and advising on charitable investment, constitutional changes, trustee duties and vires issues.
• Community benefit societies (formerly known as industrial and provident societies): registrations, constitutional amendments, mergers, transfers of engagements and conversions to/from companies.
• Social housing: cohousing, housing associations and regulation by the Homes & Communities Agency.

Laura has written the following articles:

what should charities and social enterprises be doing to ensure survival? Community-led housing and covid19

 

Professional memberships:

  • Charity Law Association
  • Laura is a Dementia Friend
  • Laura is a Director of the UK Cohousing Network

 

26 Feb 2021

Can the Court of Protection make my relative have the Covid vaccine if I don’t want them to?

This issue came up recently in the case of E v London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham [2021] EWCOP 7 and here is what happened.

26 Feb 2021

Supreme Court confirms that Uber drivers are workers after denying appeal

Decision brings long-running case on key aspects of workers status to an end

25 Feb 2021

Employer should have refreshed equality and diversity training as a reasonable step to prevent racial harassment

EAT: assessment of whether employer took all reasonable steps to prevent discrimination should include deciding if a step is likely to be effective.