Shivaji ShivaSenior Associate
Advisor of not-for-profit organisations on the creation of such organisations, their dissolution and most of the issues they encounter.
I advise staff and board members of charities, social enterprises and other not-for-profit organisations on the creation of such organisations, their dissolution and most of the issues they encounter during their lifespan
This includes advising on the restructuring and re-organisation of charities including merger and the development of complex collaboration arrangements.
I have been active in the charity sector for over 15 years.
I am ranked as a “notable practitioner” by Chambers 2015 for Charities work. Peers say I am “proactive and gets the job done,” offering clients “well-rounded advice.”
I regularly write on changes in the law relevant to charities, and recently contributed to The Guardian’s Voluntary Sector Network debate on Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs).
After the launch of two governance codes last year, we explore the roles of senior independent directors and senior independent trustees.
On 28 November 2016, Anthony Collins Solicitors hosted a meeting of the Charity Law Association (CLA).
The new Governance Code for Sport in the UK was due to be published in September.
The Charity Commission has opened an online consultation for organisations to respond to in relation to draft guidance on the issue of official warnings.
Our last e-briefing highlighted the increased scrutiny that trustees face as a result of the fundraising scandals of summer 2015 and subsequent developments. One...
On 3 March 2016, Anthony Collins Solicitors hosted a meeting of the Charity Law Association (CLA).
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