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Charities & Social Economy

Charity Commission Registration

Claris D'cruz, a Charities Consultant at Wrigleys Solicitors, gives a practical overview of when and how to set up and register as a charity.

Episodes 1-7: Data protection and the GPDR: an overview

Charities and Social Economy partners Peter Parker and Sue King along with charities consultant Duncan Milwain, discuss the changes which will be made to data protection law in the EU as of the 25th May 2018.

 

Education

Episode 1 - Academy Myths - Exposing and exploring common myths

Education partners Chris Billington and Tim Wrigley discuss some of the common myths and rumours about academies and the current position of the Government's policy that all schools should become academies covering both DfE and academy-sceptic perspectives.

Episode 2 - Academy Conversion Overview including the timetable and key legal documents

Education partners Chris Billington and Tim Wrigley discuss some of the common myths and rumours about academies and the current position of the Government's policy that all schools should become academies covering both DfE and academy-sceptic perspectives.

Estate Planning

Series 1 - Powers of Attorney

A series of videos giving guidance on Powers of Attorney including looking at the types of Power of Attorney and considering whether you need one.

If you are thinking about putting a Power of Attorney in place then this series of videos is a good starting point.

Series 2 - Hints and Tips - Probate

A series of videos giving guidance on Probate, including steps to be taken immediately following a death.

The series also covers a video about intestacy (when somebody dies without leaving a will) and a video clarifying which inheritance tax form to use.

Pensions

Episode 1- GDPR – what should pension scheme trustees be doing?

An introduction to the General Data Protection Regulation for pension scheme trustees by Rebecca Cooke and Kate Buckham at Wrigleys.

19 Nov 2018

Private hire drivers were workers and entitled to NMW and holiday pay

Employment tribunal was right to take a "realistic and worldly-wise" approach as written contract did not reflect the reality of the arrangement

15 Nov 2018

Part-time airline worker was treated less favourably because of her part-time status

Court of Appeal holds purser paid 50% of full-time pay when available for work for more than 50% of full-time hours was less favourably treated.

14 Nov 2018

Don't ignore the signals – telecoms on school property

We highlight the statutory rights benefitting telecoms operators and how these could affect plans to carry out works to school property.