The Law Commission published its report on Technical Issues in Charity Law in September 2017 following a public consultation.
The findings of the report can be accessed here.
In current times it is not surprising that there are perhaps disparities in funding models whether due to geographical area or source of funding.
Eligibility and accessibility of community care, whether health or social care, has become more and more complex, particularly as demand has increased.
At Anthony Collins Solicitors, we advise and assist clients who, either because of illness or injury acquired from an accident or medical negligence, need community care. Examples of our work include:
- Successfully challenging a decision to withdraw continuing healthcare funding forcing the individual to have to pay their own care fees.
- In the case of a severely injured young man, who had to settle his compensation claim for a proportion of its full value because of liability issues, we successfully challenged his social care package securing him an additional annual payment of £6,000.
If you would like to know more about our work, please contact Sarah Huntbach. Sarah is a Senior Associate in the Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Department at Anthony Collins Solicitors. She has experience in handling complex cases for individuals who have suffered catastrophic and life-changing injuries.
Changing charitable purposes and amending governing documents.
Charity registration financial thresholds.
One of the stated aims of the Green Paper is “to deliver the best commercial outcomes with the least burden on the public sector".
The proposals concerning dynamic purchasing systems (DPS) and framework agreements are the most disappointing aspect of the Green Paper.
Family team partner, Elizabeth Wyatt, is delighted to congratulate Kadie Bennett for attaining Resolution Specialist Accreditation in both children law - private and complex financial remedy matters.
On 11 February 2021, the Pension Schemes Act 2021 was given royal assent, setting out a framework for several major changes that will certainly be of interest to employers and pension funds alike.
Matthew Wort, partner, speaks on today’s Supreme Court judgment for sleep-in shifts.
The Supreme Court has today (19 March 2021) handed down judgment in the cases of Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake and Shannon v Rampersad (t/a Clifton House Residential Home).
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