Reputation: charities and legal proceedings

One of the implications of being involved in litigation is that certain information will become a matter of public record. Charity trustees should take care to understand what information may be publicly available, and at what time, so that they can plan accordingly to safeguard the charity’s reputation.

BWB’s Leticia Jennings and Ayden Peach explain. 

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