Following the Government's announcement that 'step four' of the coronavirus lockdown will be delayed until 19 July 2021, to control the spread of the Delta variant, we explore the key implications for charity employers.
A new bill aims to introduce important changes to the director disqualification regime in England and Wales and will extend investigative powers to include former directors of dissolved companies, including charitable companies.
Where a charitable company and their trading entity are based outside of the EU and they provide goods or services within the EU, they must appoint a representative in a member state where their customers can exercise their data protection rights.
The last judicial word on fee-charging charities allowing access to those with modest means was that it was for the trustees to decide, so long as it was not merely token or de-minimis. Now, nearly a decade later, the Court of Appeal has had its say.
The Department for Media, Culture and Sport has conducted an annual cyber security breaches survey and the findings have provided a useful insight into the effect of coronavirus on cyber security in charities over the last year.
In April, the Department for Education asked Ofsted to carry out a rapid review into sexual abuse in schools. This was in response to the publication of thousands of testimonies of sexual harassment and violence in schools on Everyone's Invited website.
The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and the British Medical Association (BMA) have raised concerns about the General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR) system. How does the delay impact your practice?
Directors of limited companies in the GP sector, including PCN Companies and GP Federations, need to be familiar with the rules regarding the use of company names and trading names, particularly with reference to which name should be included where.
The Supreme Court appeal hearing for the case of East of England Ambulance Trust v Flowers regarding voluntary overtime and holiday pay entitlement is no longer going ahead and it appears that the case may have been settled.
In Dobson v North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that an employment tribunal erred in failing to take judicial notice of what it referred to as the 'childcare disparity'.