Dispute Resolution

Charity Disputes

Charity Disputes

We provide a comprehensive range of expert advice and services covering all legal aspects involving dispute resolution for charities, religious orders, care homes and education institutions guiding you through all aspects of any proposed collaborative working with another charity, a merger or dissolution.

We often help charities and other not for profit organisations that work with, or come into contact with, children or other vulnerable people maintain clear, effective and robust safeguarding practices and procedures. Hunters handles and resolves claims brought against charity trustees or challenging public decisions affecting your charity in a cost effective way to achieve the best outcome possible. The firm has strong links with the Charity Commission, the Privy Council and other regulators. We are also proud to act for numerous clubs, societies, institutions and not for profit organisations.

Dispute Resolution Experts

We understand our clients’ needs and tailor our work to each set of circumstances, providing high quality, cost effective advice. We are a multi disciplinary practice and work collaboratively to provide a comprehensive service over all our practice areas.

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- David Draisey

Partner

David Draisey

Partner

- Hetty Gleave

Partner

Hetty Gleave

Partner

- Richard Kershaw

Partner

Richard Kershaw

Partner

- Gregor Kleinknecht

Partner

Gregor Kleinknecht

Partner

- Dominik Opaliński

Partner

Dominik Opaliński

Partner

- Petra Warrington

Senior Associate

Petra Warrington

Senior Associate

Latest Dispute Resolution Headlines

Jul 12, 2017
Preventative measures to reduce the risk of potential inheritance disputes
Mar 17, 2017
Richard Kershaw comments on Ilott v Mitson Supreme Court judgment in The Times Law Brief
Dec 12, 2016
Richard Kershaw comments on Ilott v Mitson Supreme Court case in the Financial Times, Family Law Week and New Law Journal
Nov 29, 2016
Rejection to register Caffè Nero EU trademarks
Nov 08, 2016
Charities vs children: who decides?
Sep 29, 2016
A New Form Of Copyright Infringement: The Posting of Hyperlinks
Aug 23, 2016
Jamie Lester discusses the dangers of missing court deadlines in The Barrister
Jul 25, 2016
Insolvency practice: changes to look out for
May 09, 2016
Controlling the Mastermind
Apr 22, 2016
Court of Appeal considers scope of all reasonable endeavours and good faith obligations
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Chambers HNW

“They are a well-established, good, solid private client firm” and “They are technically very good – they know what they are doing. They are really nice to work with. They put the client first.”

Chambers

Sources note that Hetty “is very widely respected in treasure work.”

Chambers & Partners UK 2019

Hetty is described as “empathetic and a good litigator”

Chambers & Partners UK

The team is highlighted by a barrister as: “high visibility in this field”, adding: “They work diligently and are very responsive and an absolute delight to work for.”

Chambers HNW 2018

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