Insights 17 January 2019

Skiing accidents – when can I claim compensation?

Skiing and other winter sports carry a high risk of injury and Charlene Carberry discusses what you can claim for if you have suffered an injury that wasn’t your fault

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News 14 January 2019

Companies may need a policy on work emails and calls after hours

This article on employees' right to disconnect by Kate Wyatt from our Employment team featured in the Scotsman on Monday 14 January

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Insights 11 January 2019

Eilish is fired up and focussed on competing in Scotland and in her home from home in Doha

Being coached from a different continent does not mean Eilish is training ‘solo’ and she has high hopes for the European Championships and the Doha World Championships

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News 11 January 2019

What to do if you have been injured in a slipping/tripping accident in public?

Margaret Main discusses what you should do if you have sustained injuries after a slipping accident

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Insights 10 January 2019

When the Bank of Mum and Dad calls up

You may not think that helping relatives financially could cause a family split but clarity at the outset can avoid disputes down the line

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News 20 December 2018

When can a Telecoms Operator gain compulsory access to your site?

In the first case under the new rules governing telecoms operators, the tribunal grants survey access to an operator where permission was denied by the building owner

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Insights 20 December 2018

Do I have a right to see my grandchildren?

Grandparents of children in Scotland don’t have any automatic right to contact, however courts usually recognise that a continuing relationship is in ...

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News 18 December 2018

The Supreme Court finds discharged debtor is entitled to retain PPI compensation

The Supreme Court’s judgment in connection with a dispute over whether a trust deed debtor can retain monies received post final distribution provides...

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News 18 December 2018

More registration on the horizon for the rural sector

Landowners, land agents and their lawyers need to be aware of the proposed new Register of Persons Holding a Controlled Interest in Land

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Insights 17 December 2018

A kind gift may carry a hefty price tag

The Bank of Mum and Dad (and other kind relatives) is busy these days. But beware the inheritance tax implications of supporting the younger generation

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News 13 December 2018

Company held vicariously liable after assault at Christmas night out

The extent of which vicarious liability to employers applies was questioned in a case involving an assault on an employee during a Christmas night out

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