News 24 May 2019

Tackling discrimination by Aberdeen University Students’ Association

Lindsays aids the further advancement of equality law in Aberdeen University Students’ Association case

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News 24 May 2019

What to consider when buying land for forestry

A purchaser of forestry can avoid unwelcome issues when it comes to realising the investment by fully investigating the following key areas when considering potential sites

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News 17 May 2019

Scottish SMEs can take action against debtors

John Bett, Partner in our Dispute Resolution and Litigation team, urges Scottish SMEs to act if they are owed money through late payment

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News 17 May 2019

Third year of support announced for videogaming competition

We are delighted to continue our support for DARE Academy, Abertay University’s games design competition, and to offer students business and legal advice

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Insights 16 May 2019

Your place in the sun needs a place in a Will

Clare McCarroll, Partner in our Private Client team, discusses the importance of having a local Will when you own property abroad

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News 15 May 2019

Team Lindsays saddle up to support Tour de Forth sportive

We are delighted to be partnering for a third year with local cycle sportive charity, Tour de Forth, in aid of Radio Forth’s Cash for Kids and Mercy Corps

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Insights 9 May 2019

Don’t lose out on what you’re owed

Unpaid debts are an age-old problem for small businesses. Before writing them off, read our guide to some common misconceptions about debt recovery

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Insights 7 May 2019

What does the Government’s ‘Good Work Plan’ mean for employers?

The government has published its ‘Good Work Plan’, which proposes a series of changes to employment law. What does this mean for employers?

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News 6 May 2019

Lindsays in the Scotsman: Putting a PoA in place is not just old age planning

Lynsey Kerr, Partner in our Private Client team explains why having a Powers of Attorney (PoA) in place will help safeguard your business

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News 30 April 2019

New Scottish Insolvency Rules now in force

Iain Penman, a Director in our Dispute Resolution and Litigation team comments that recent changes to Insolvency law have important implications for b...

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Insights 26 April 2019

Getting to the heart of why prenups are a good idea

You may think that prenups are just for the rich or famous, but this isn’t the case at all. With the wedding and civil partnership season just ahead o...

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News 24 April 2019

Event: Employment Law Update Seminar

Join our Employment team at our free seminar where they will provide a review of developments in employment law over the last six months

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