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Charity services

The firm has a substantial, well established background in charity work.

We deliver proactive and pragmatic advice to a broad range of international and private charities. We provide comprehensive guidance and assistance for all business activities undertaken by charities on a daily basis. Charities depend on the people who run them – whether as trustees or volunteers, or as paid personnel.  Accordingly, we offer a tailor made personal service for our charity clients.

  • Setting up and dissolving a charity
  • Legacies – assisting charities appointed as executors or beneficiaries of wills in addition to legal and tax issues linked to gifts to charities
  • Fundraising, grants and commercial relationships
  • Governance Reviews and compliance
  • Operations, contracts and tax issues (including Gift Aid)
  • Trustee mentoring and resolving trustee disputes
  • Safeguarding – protecting beneficiaries with whom your organisation may come into contact

Art & Cultural Property Experts

We identify 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 across all of our practice areas.

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Gregor Kleinknecht

Partner

Gregor Kleinknecht

Partner

Paul Almy

Partner

Paul Almy

Partner

Lara Barton

Partner

Lara Barton

Partner

Stephen Morrall

Partner

Stephen Morrall

Partner

Dominik Opaliński

Partner

Dominik Opaliński

Partner

Julia Richards

Partner

Julia Richards

Partner

Charlotte Simm

Partner

Charlotte Simm

Partner

Lucinda Tite

Partner

Lucinda Tite

Partner

Matthew Yates

Partner

Matthew Yates

Partner

Alexandra Sarkis

Solicitor Consultant

Alexandra Sarkis

Solicitor Consultants

Vanina Wittenburg

Senior Associate

Vanina Wittenburg

Senior Associate

Anastassia Dimmek

Associate

Anastassia Dimmek

Associate

Latest Art & Cultural Property Headlines

May 09, 2022
Gregor Kleinknecht discusses the Nicosia Convention and how it could tackle cultural goods trafficking in Antiques Trade Gazette
May 05, 2022
Gregor Kleinknecht examines the new international convention to create criminal law sanctions to protect cultural property in The Times
Apr 28, 2022
Gregor Kleinknecht and Annabelle Woosnam examine the Council of Europe Convention on Offences relating to Cultural Property in Lawyer Monthly
Apr 05, 2022
Hunters art law team assists Forum Auctions with its first ever NFT auction
Jan 19, 2022
Gregor Kleinknecht and Anastassia Dimmek contribute to the second edition of The Art Law Review
Dec 16, 2021
Gregor Kleinknecht discusses NFTs and why artists must protect their copyright in The Times
Dec 08, 2021
Fee earners choose their favourite pieces from London Art Week Winter 2021
Nov 02, 2021
Gregor Kleinknecht and Anastassia Dimmek examine the lessons learned from the cancellation of Banksy trademarks in Lawyer Monthly
Sep 03, 2021
Gregor Kleinknecht discusses NFTs in the London Art Week Summer 2021 catalogue
Jul 26, 2021
Gregor Kleinknecht comments on the national crackdown on money laundering and fraud, and how the new regulations could cripple the small art market in The Times
“Hunters is one of a small number of firms with a real focus on the art law field, offering an exceptional service”

The Legal 500 2021

The team is described by a leading 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

“The team is very knowledgeable, approachable and well-connected within the art world with a profound understanding of the issues that concern both its private and professional clients”

The Legal 500 2021

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