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FOCUS: A recent High Court case should be a reminder to university boards and trustees of the duties they owe to creditors should the institution find itself in financial difficulties. 29 Apr 2016
FOCUS: As charity trustees, university governing bodies have an overriding duty to act in the best interests of their institution. However, the HMRC's hardening stance on tax planning and the current political climate could leave them treading a fine line... 17 Mar 2015
This guide is based on the law of England and Wales. It was last updated on 29th April 2009 .
FOCUS: Companies can find themselves the subject of protests which cause costly damage, but can they sue protesters? The Supreme Court has laid out some of the logic it would use to rule on a claim, though it did not find a charity liable in this case. 09 Mar 2015
Charities that use multi-employer pension schemes to cover retirement benefits for their employees are facing increasing funding difficulties as a result of insolvencies in the sector, an expert has said. 01 Jul 2013
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