The impacts of Covid-19 on not-for-profit organisations and charities are only just starting to show, and are expected to last for months, possibly years.
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It is crucial for the board of directors and management to look beyond short-cut solutions, understand their responsibilities, and know what help they may access to weather this storm.
This seminar will cover:
- Covid-19 as a force majeure;
- The duties of directors:
- Particular focus on the duty to not trade while insolvent;
- The importance of longer-term strategy;
- Issues relating to holding conferences and AGMs during government restrictions;
- Government incentives and how your organisation can access them; and
- Other issues your organisation should consider, including employment and contract law.
Vera Visevic, Partner, Mills Oakley Lawyers
Acting for numerous charities, religious and not-for-profit organisations, Vera has over 25 years experience in the legal profession. In her work, Vera is well recognised for her expertise in assisting clients with governance and fundraising issues, restructuring and mergers and regularly advises on constitutions and ACNC/ATO endorsements.
Vera has written several academic works, including a chapter within ‘Charity Law’ (2012, 2016 and 2018) published by Thompson Reuters.
Vera further edits the Clubs & Societies title in the Australian Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, and reviewed the Community Care and Service regulatory compliance module for LexisNexis, covering such topics as the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and community housing.
Vera sits on numerous charity boards, associations and committees including the ACNC Professional User Group, the Community and Consumer Consultative Group, Cemeteries and Crematoria NSW and The Eric Dare Foundation.
These webcasts are sponsored by our friends over at Redback Connect. To find out more about how you can host your own webcasts and online meetings, visit Redback Connect's website or contact Sara Gonzalez on +61 02 8014 5153.
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