We recognise that charities, social enterprises and voluntary organisations exist to help others to provide a platform for community matters, improving lives and communities, as well as making a significant contribution to economic growth and better services.
The work by our charities and not for profit solicitors within this sector has allowed us to develop the necessary expertise to be able provide our clients with pragmatic solutions tailored to their specific needs and requirements.
We recognise that those who operate in this sector face ever-increasing demands as a result of changing legislation, regulation and general administration and require sound commercial advice with a realistic cost structure – we are committed to making this possible through our extensive work with charity law.
At Harrison Drury, we are able to use our cross-departmental expertise to deliver practical and cost-effective solutions to the wide-ranging charity law issues faced by our clients. The types of matters we regularly assist our clients with include:
The Charity Commission has warned charitable organisations against engaging in political campaigns around the upcoming EU referendum. In this blog, Rhian Hawkins, the head of […]read more >
Large businesses that are used to negotiating contracts on a day-to-day basis will no doubt be familiar with the legal pitfalls involved. They may have […]read more >
A recent High Court case has shed more light on the circumstances in which an employer may be liable for psychiatric illness caused by occupational […]read more >
A number of high-profile politicians, sports stars, business people and other celebrities have got themselves into hot water for publishing defamatory comments on social media. […]read more >
People who own and run limited companies will always have their differences – that’s just a fact of life. It is sometimes healthy for individuals […]read more >
Harrison Drury is supporting a campaign encouraging people to plan for the future by writing a will while also supporting their local hospice. The firm […]read more >
The Flexible Working Regulations 2014 came into force on June 30, 2014 extending the right to make a request for flexible working to any employee […]read more >
Businesses need to be aware of a number of recent changes to the law that will impact on the terms and conditions or ‘contracts’ they […]read more >
Do I have to give staff time off to watch the World Cup? This is a question we always get asked around the time of […]read more >