News 18 June 2021

Out now – Lindsays life issue 20

Welcome to our twentieth issue of Lindsays Life. As with the last one, we’ve produced the magazine online - and we hope you enjoy it

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News 18 June 2021

Marriage or Civil Partnership? The choice is now yours

On 1 June the law changed and all couples now have the same choices available when deciding on a legally recognised relationship

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News 17 June 2021

The point of return: Questions that businesses and charities must ask building landlords

Partner, Kenny Gray highlights some practical points for business tenants to consider when planning how workplaces will operate when staff return

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News 16 June 2021

Fourth year supporting Dare Academy; the competition for video game start-ups

We’re proud to offer funding and mentorship to those taking part in Abertay University’s Dare Academy

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News 15 June 2021

Employee Ownership webinar - Tuesday 22 June 2021

Ahead of EO Day 2021 on Friday (25 June), we are working with the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce to offer SMEs this free webinar to explain why employee ...

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News 14 June 2021

Lindsays in The Herald - Business still in the post at ‘resilient’ Scottish law firm

Alasdair Cummings, our Managing Partner, spoke with The Herald sharing his reflections on the impact of the pandemic on life at Lindsays

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Insights 11 June 2021

Employers risk criminal and civil penalties if they commit furlough fraud

The Government is cracking down on employers who are erroneously or fraudulently claiming money from the furlough scheme

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News 7 June 2021

Wills warning: Action needed to help diffuse digital timebomb

Caroline Fraser, Partner in our Private Client team, fears millions of pounds - and precious memories - could be lost unless people start protecting t...

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Insights 7 June 2021

Telecoms Code appeal decision may prompt operators' requests for lease changes

The Court of Session's appeal decision on renegotiating telecoms leases may lead to more requests from telecoms operators for site providers to agree ...

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News 3 June 2021

The right to disconnect – time to make it formal?

Kate Wyatt, Employment Partner, discusses the ‘right to disconnect’ and explores whether it is on the cards for workers

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News 1 June 2021

Double appointment news as Alex McNeill and Natasha Vials join our property teams

The growth of our property teams offering legal expertise to home buyers and sellers continues with appointments in residential property in Edinburgh and Dundee

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Insights 28 May 2021

The new Scots law of defamation in 2021

On 21 April 2021 the old common law of defamation in Scotland was replaced by the Defamation and Malicious Publication (Scotland) Act 2021 bringing th...

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