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Catriona Wheeler
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    • Solicitor, Partner - Commercial Property
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Charities and Trustee Governance

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Hedgehogs, owls, penguins and badgers among other things on the agenda for Wildlife Symposium. Our charities expert Catriona Wheeler will be speaking at the British Wildlife Rehabilitation Council symposium on 16th November . ...

Andrew & Co Helps Primary Pupils Explore the World of Work

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Catriona Wheeler, a commercial property expert at Andrew & Co Solicitors, visited children at Ermine Primary Academy recently to speak to them about the legal profession. The school invited Catriona to share her experiences of working...

Investigation into Charity Highlights Need for Independence

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Setting up a charity or foundation to give back to the community? Partner at Andrew & Co Solicitors Catriona Wheeler highlights the importance of appointing independent charity trustees. The recent case involving Ferrexpo Plc has...

Proving Your Identity is Beneficial for You and Your Solicitor

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Do you get annoyed when you’re asked to prove who you are when opening a new bank account or instructing a solicitor? Yes, the process can sometimes be long and laborious, but it happens to be a very important part of protecting you and your solicitor,...

Andrew & Co Reviews Major Overhaul of Charity Code

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Andrew & Co Solicitors’ charity law specialist Catriona Wheeler, who is also a member of the Charity Law Association, has been involved in a working party tasked with reviewing a new code of practice for the sector. The charity governance code was...

Advice for Charities on Good Governance

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Following the closure of national charity Kids Company, which raised concerns about the way charitable organisations are run, we are hosting a series of masterclasses at the Andrew & Co office in Lincoln. In a damning report by MPs, the...

Consumer Rights Bill : Clearing the shade?

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New Consumer Law provisions to save UK businesses millions? Individuals purchase faulty products every day and it tends to be the case for many that the more persistent you are with a retailer the more you will receive back from them in regards to a refund...

Charitable Incorporated Organisations

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Until very recently most charities were charitable trusts or unincorporated associations, or charitable companies. Trustees of a charity which has land, enters into contracts or has employees would normally consider a charitable company preferable, as this...

Tighter control on Overseas Contracts

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Business must take care when entering agreements with overseas organisations to avoid problems if disputes arise. A High Court judge in London has been hearing a case that involved Brazilian companies who were in dispute over a contract covering the...