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It is not surprising that at this year’s party conference season, the focus has turned to the part government intervention can play to increase real wages.
Lord Hodgson’s charity law review download
At a Westminster Social Policy Forum event on Charity Law and Regulation, Lord Hodgson commented on a number of key points to come out of his review.
Much has been written in recent weeks about how the Lobbying Bill could restrict charities’ campaigning activities during the ‘regulated period’ prior to an election.
Individuals who fund a connected company with debt will no longer be entitled to a reduction in their taxable earnings where the company suffers a transfer pricing charge relating to the interest on that debt.
The Cup Trust raised £176m from donations during its first two years but distributed just £55,000 to charity and claimed approximately £46m in Gift Aid.
The revised public benefit guidance download
On 16 September 2013, the Charity Commission published its revised public benefit guidance for all charities.
A lack of testamentary capacity is arguably the most commonly pleaded claim by disgruntled family members that are not happy with the contents of a deceased’s will.
Thirty-seven per cent of employers in the voluntary sector make use of zero-hours contracts — a significantly higher proportion than either the public or private sector.
Under this new policy, in force since April 2013 but amplified by a new iteration in July 2013, bidders for government contracts valued at more than £5m must self-certify their tax compliance.
Automatic suspension not lifted ... sort of — Covanta Energy Ltd v Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority download
It seems that there are still some procurement exercises under way that were begun before the implementation of the Remedies Directive in 2009.
In April, Mills & Reeve blogged on the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s guidance on complying with the Public Sector Equality Duty from a procurement perspective.
The new directive on concessions is intended to clarify and standardise requirements and produce a more level playing field.
The Department of Health has just published the new versions of the standard NHS terms and conditions for the supply of goods and for the provision of services.
The new directive on public procurement is in the final stages of its journey into the statute book.
Mills & Reeve has recently examined a couple of cases that illustrate two different approaches of the courts to the application of time limits for procurement challenges.
In this briefing we guide you through the rules on who is now responsible for commissioning mental health aftercare services for different groups of patients.
Reconfiguring services: the NHS download
Mills & Reeve reviews NHS England’s recently published guidance on consultations for the NHS: Transforming Participation in Health and Care.
Zara Banday, associate and real-estate specialist at Mills & Reeve, offers her top tips for buyers.
Solicitors from Mills & Reeve’s real estate team in Manchester have advised developer GB Group on building work on a new £6m hotel in Sunderland city centre.
Being negligent does not mean being liable. Being negligent and causing an injury means a liability arises.