25 March 2020 | Podcasts | Article by Roman Kubiak TEP

HJ Talks About Charities: Guidance on reporting serious incidents

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HJ Talks About Charities: Guidance on reporting serious incidents

What is a serious incident, how do we test for it, what should we report and what shouldn’t we report? These are just some of the questions that charity trustees ask themselves. In December 2019, the Charity Commission released new guidance for charity trustees on when to report serious incidents involving a charity’s partners - read more about this guidance in our blog here

Following on from the guidance being released, Roman Kubiak, Head of Legacy, will & estate disputes and Vlad Macdonald-Munteanu, Associate, explore this guidance and offer their thoughts on how to test if an incident is serious, the reporting requirements and more. 


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