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Organising a Flash Mob: Do’s and Don’ts

The aim of flash mob is to be a public spectacle, drawing attention to a specific cause or charity. Imagine a group of people appearing in a public location unexpectedly, performing something eye-catchy. The Flash Mob performances are usually rehearsed … Continue reading

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Litigation PR: Another Tool in the Litigation Armoury

Litigation public relations is the management of the communication process during the course of any legal dispute or adjudicatory processing so as to affect the outcome or its impact on the client’s overall reputation (Haggerty, 2003). Litigants and Law Firms … Continue reading

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Lynne Brooke - UK's Top Solicitor

Hiring an expert may be your best investment. Make sure you read the Guide published by The Sunday Times via VouchedFor. Since solicitors specialise in particular areas - look for one who has been reviewed by others with a similar … Continue reading

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People with Significant Control Register (PSC Register)

You must now under The Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 maintain a register of persons or entities with significant control over your company 1. Introduction This Memorandum gives company directors and secretaries of limited liability companies, charities and … Continue reading

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New Register of People with Significant Control (PSC)

From 6th April 2016, most UK companies and LLPs are required to take steps to identify and record people with significant control over them (PSCs). This includes anyone who owns or controls (directly or indirectly) more than 25% of the … Continue reading

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Data Subject Access Requests and Litigation

The Law Under the Data Protection Act 1998 (“DPA”), a person has a right to know what personal data an organisation is processing about them, the organisation’s reasons for processing the data, and details of how the organisation has or … Continue reading

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New UK Digital Tech visa scheme

The new Tech Nation visa scheme will expand the current Tier 1 Exceptional Talent route, thereby allowing more non-EU digital tech gurus to work in the UK. Whilst the changes are welcome, it is our view that they will have … Continue reading

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What Social Entrepreneurship Means

A Social Enterprise is an enterprise with a social mission. The main aim is to make a difference, to help - and the Social Enterprise has plans and rules how to do it. Choosing the right business structure is one … Continue reading

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TBC Corporate Advisers on SSX

Good news for all investors seeking social investments: The Brooke Consultancy have been appointed a Corporate Adviser to the Social Stock Exchange to provide legal and social impact advice to issuers on SSX. The Social Stock Exchange, launched in June … Continue reading

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How to Start a Social Enterprise – Make Money – Have Your Own Foundation

We are able to offer a structure tailored to your requirements that will: Protect your IPR Entitle you to receive grants and donations Provide investors with Social Investment Tax Relief Create and control your own social benefit foundation Entitle you … Continue reading

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