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Provenance - its value to art collectors, dealers, and cultural institutions

United Kingdom - April 19 2018 Provenance illuminates fundamental chapters in an art object’s life by asking: Where did it come from? Who created andor commissioned it? Who has...


The Johnny Hallyday will dispute and contest: rock ‘n’ roll

USA, United Kingdom, European Union, France - April 9 2018 To some he was the Elvis Presley of France. And like Elvis’ estate recently, Johnny Hallyday’s estate is reported to be the subject of dispute and...


Charities - protecting vulnerable beneficiaries, employees and volunteers

United Kingdom - February 23 2018 We have recently seen Oxfam hitting the headlines, with stories circulating about abuses in the international aid sector and reports of lower public...

Helen Kidd.


If Elon Musk did charity law perhaps

United Kingdom - February 12 2018 Each month we look at how new charities and third sector bodies are set up. We collate this information into a graph to illustrate trends. Here are...


A charities round-up: current legal and governance stories and developments

United Kingdom - January 18 2018 We bring you a brief round-up on some charity sector stories and developments. “A rose by any other name might not be permissible” New rules on...