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Family Businesses and Data Protection

The purpose of this article is to summarise some of the key points arising from the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) which come into force on 25th May 2018. Background...
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Forestry Update: April 2018

MSPs have voted to pass the first forestry legislation since Scottish Parliament reconvened in 1999, as part of a larger programme of work to complete devolution of forestry to Scotland....
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Governance and GDPR

Charity trustees are responsible for the governance of their charities. Broadly, that includes setting the charity’s strategic aims, providing leadership to put them into effect and monitoring the management of...
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How to manage your GDPR data audit

Many charities are making final preparations for GDPR by finalising their data audits and reviewing their policies and procedures. But if this has felt like too big a task until...
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GDPR Common Queiries and Practical Tips for Fundraising Charities

With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement date only a few weeks away, here is a summary of queries we have received and some practical guidance on becoming compliant....
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Turcan Connell's Charity of the Year 2017/2018

Year 2 of our Charity of the Year programme has been a great success. Our relationship with CCLASP – Children with Cancer & Leukaemia Advice & Support for Parents –...
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Family Trusts: A Matter of Privacy

With recent news stories about personal data loss and data mining implicating big names such as Facebook, the NHS and Uber, privacy is an increasingly scarce commodity. There are many...
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Should I stay or should I go?

At holiday time, some families might be packing their bags, checking tickets and passports, and getting ready for a trip. For parents who are separated or divorced, this can also...
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Turcan Connell's Charity of the Year Update | March 2018

Year 2 of our Charity of the Year programme has been a great success. Our relationship with CCLASP – Children with Cancer & Leukaemia Advice & Support for Parents –...
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The Importance of a Living Will

Last year, the family of a woman whose Living Will had been lost was lost by her hospital received £45,000 in compensation from the NHS. The case highlighted the importance...
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Civil Partnership: A Case for Reform

Recent calls for reform of civil partnership, including those of Conservative MP, Tim Loughton, have gained traction as critics argue that the current law “does not reflect modern Britain”.
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Domestic Abuse Law in Scotland

Proposed legislation in Scotland has hit the headlines this week, with a new Act set to come into force which criminalises “psychological abuse and controlling behaviour” within family relationships. The...
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