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Publication
04 February 2019

The holiday season is over, everyone's back at their desks and we've already completed the first month of 2019.  It can be scary how time flies.

As with all years in recent times 2018 was a busy year for charities and other not-for-profits and with the start of the new year we thought this was a good opportunity for us to look at what may be in store for charities and not-for-profits during 2019. 

We have summarised some of the changes and issues that will confront the sector this year. 

Publication
01 February 2019

How do you sue someone for violating your rights when you don’t even know who they are?

It’s an issue that increasingly afflicts parties as life – both personal and professional – moves online.

A recent decision highlights the difficulties when dealing with misbehaviour online and sets out a framework for how to deal with them.

Publication
25 January 2019

Two notable developments in the NSW retirement villages sector have recently taken place – the first being the passage of new retirement village amendment legislation in November 2018 and the second being the appointment of a retirement village ambassador in December 2018.

News
20 December 2018

Makinson d'Apice is proud to announce that Joanne Grant in our Charities and Not-For-Profits team has been appointed as a Partner of the firm, effective 1 January 2019. 

Publication
by Bill d'Apice and Joanne Grant
04 February 2019

The holiday season is over, everyone's back at their desks and we've already completed the first month of 2019.  It can be scary how time flies.

As with all years in recent times 2018 was a busy year for charities and other not-for-profits and with the start of the new year we thought this was a good opportunity for us to look at what may be in store for charities and not-for-profits during 2019. 

We have summarised some of the changes and issues that will confront the sector this year. 

Publication
by James d'Apice and David Andrews
01 February 2019

How do you sue someone for violating your rights when you don’t even know who they are?

It’s an issue that increasingly afflicts parties as life – both personal and professional – moves online.

A recent decision highlights the difficulties when dealing with misbehaviour online and sets out a framework for how to deal with them.

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