We are delighted to announce that our Real Estate - Commercial Property team has been ranked in the Legal500 2015 edition as a "Top-Tier" firm.
Partner and Head of Commercial Business at Leeds Day, Bob Dewdney, commented "I am delighted to see us ranked as a Top-Tier firm. We have been highly ranked, year-on-year, as a recommended firm and this high listing is testament to the incredible hard work the team puts in to dealing with ever increasing complex and high level work for clients and ultimately client satisfaction in return. I am also very pleased to see that we have been listed in other areas as a 'recommended firm', including Property Litigation and Commercial Litigation."
On 1 July 2016, the Charity Commission launched a consultation on how it proposes to use its new power in section 1 of the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016 to issue official warnings to charities and charity trustees, as set out in draft guidance.
Commission unlikely to charge charities for filing accounts
The Charity Commission's head of compliance monitoring, Neville Brownlee, reassured a public meeting this week that a portal for joint filing of a charitable company's accounts with the Commission and Companies House is a “much more likely outcome” than charging charities fees to file their accounts with the Commission.