Insights 19 April 2019

Scottish landlords and letting agents face reems of new regulations

Keeping up to date and compliant with new rules in this fast changing and strictly regulated sector will help you avoid disputes

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News 16 April 2019

We are pleased to support the SPA Annual Conference 2019

Now in its 25th year, the Scottish Paralegal Association (SPA) actively promotes the profession in the industry and represents the interests of Paralegals across Scotland

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News 16 April 2019

Essential updates for employers - from April 2019

Employers should be aware of the new employment law changes which have come into effect in April 2019

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News 15 April 2019

The scope of equality law was highlighted in recent case at Glasgow University

Brent Haywood successfully demonstrated that a group was unlawfully refused affiliation by the Students’ Representative Council without the need for a court case

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News 11 April 2019

Congratulations to our newly promoted lawyers

After another strong year, we are pleased to announce the latest round of promotions and re-elections

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Insights 10 April 2019

When should an employee’s working hours be amended as a reasonable adjustment?

Christopher Meaden, a Solicitor in our Employment team, discusses a recent case which considers when employers should make reasonable adjustments to employee working hours

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News 9 April 2019

Adults with incapacity and the role of Powers of Attorney

Private Client Partner, Sandy Lamb, discusses the complex issues regarding adults with incapacity in the latest issue of Scottish Policy Now

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Insights 5 April 2019

Planning an escape to the country? Things to consider when buying Rural property in Scotland

Buying rural property in Scotland can take first time buyers and urban homeowners into unfamiliar territory – including issues from private water supplies to unadopted roads

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Lindsays' Life 1 April 2019

Lindsays life - Issue 16 is now available

We are delighted to announce that the new edition of our regular magazine, lindsays life, is now available. This issue covers a wide range of topics a...

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News 1 April 2019

Lindsays in the Scotsman on Sunday: Female talent will follow legal firms who adapt

Susan Law shares her experience as a working mother in a senior position and the improvements being seen across the legal profession in the Scotsman on Sunday on 31st March

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News 29 March 2019

Lindsays in the Courier: Law firm RSB Lindsays targets £20m turnover

Peter Tweedie, our Chairman, spoke to Rob McLaren, Business Editor at the Courier, about where we are and the plans for growth

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News 26 March 2019

Eilish’s competitive drive kicks in after a tough start to 2019

Eilish McColgan admits that recent health struggles have resulted in a disappointing start to 2019 competitions, but she has some big goals ahead

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