In this edition of the Charity Law Matters we take a look at: SCIO's, The Royal Zoological Society Report, Gift Aid, Constitutions and New Forms from OSCR.
You can’t please all of the people all of the time. No one knows this better than the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
This Thursday 8th December at Faculty of Advocates, Mackenzie Building, FLAGS (Family Law Arbitration Group Scotland) will be launching their new Alternative Dispute Resolution Service of ‘Arbitration’ following the new legislation in 2010.
By Gaynor Allen. Published on Monday 28 November 2011
Alison Smith decided at an early age she wanted to speak out for those who have no voice. Becoming an advocate was a driving force through her teenage years and law school, but she never expected to help some of the world’s most vulnerable people, thousands of miles from home.
“Balfour+Manson LLP welcomes the publication today of the AAIB Report into the Super Puma Disaster in the North Sea on 1st April 2009
Today the Business Secretary, Vince Cable, has provided us with further details on his proposed measures to “radically reform employment relations”.
The Partners of Balfour + Manson LLP Edinburgh & Aberdeen are delighted to announce the assumption of Nikki Dundas as a Partner in their Private Client Department with effect from 7 December 2011.
In the recent case of Lisk v Shield Guardian Co Ltd and others ET/3300873/11 it was decided that an employee’s belief, described as a belief that "we should pay our respects to those who have given their lives for us by wearing a poppy from All Souls' Day on 2 November to Remembrance Day" did not amount to a “philosophical belief” within the meaning of the Equality Act 2010.
Balfour + Manson LLP are delighted to have remained Band 1 for Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence, Mainly Claimant, following yesterday’s unveiling of the official Chambers UK Guide to the Legal Profession 2012 rankings.
A leaked Government report has today given rise to increased speculation over the future of unfair dismissal.