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24 November 2016

In our third issue of "Legal Questions for Every Charity and Not-For-Profit Organisation" we deal with the topic of Privacy

Publication
25 October 2016

When might an employer be liable for an employee's criminal actions in the course of their employment, and when might prejudice from delay and loss of evidence be so great that it defeats a claim?

News
20 October 2016

Under the law of negligence, school principals have a duty of care to take reasonable steps to prevent a foreseeable risk of injury to students. And if that duty is breached, a student may be entitled to legal compensation for loss or damage arising from the negligent act or omission. But how well do principals appreciate the extent of that duty of care?

Publication
05 October 2016

Charities and some not-for-profit (NFP) organisations may be entitled to receive a range of Federal and State tax concessions. It is important that you are familiar with these so you can take advantage of them. This may enable your organisation to free up capital to spend on your charitable or NFP objectives.

Publication
by Bill d'Apice and Belinda Marsh
24 November 2016

In our third issue of "Legal Questions for Every Charity and Not-For-Profit Organisation" we deal with the topic of Privacy.

Publication
by Alex Kohn and Matthew Gerathy
25 October 2016

When might an employer be liable for an employee's criminal actions in the course of their employment, and when might prejudice from delay and loss of evidence be so great that it defeats a claim?

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