News 12 August 2019

Cohabiting couples – the cost of separation

Nina Taylor discusses the importance of drawing up a cohabitation agreement and urges couples living together to consider what rights they have in the event of separation

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Insights 9 August 2019

Have you found your dream croft for sale?

If you are considering purchasing a croft, be aware that your property may be restricted by the crofting regime and take advice to ensure you understand the associated duties

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News 8 August 2019

What sub-letting rights can telecoms operators acquire?

A complicated case sees a remarkable court decision in favour of the telecoms operator which will have important implications for other sites

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News 5 August 2019

Easier to discuss now than dispute later - ADR helps resolve differences when divorcing

Alison McKee discusses why Alternative Dispute Resolution is increasingly becoming the preferred approach to resolving differences when couples decide to divorce

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Insights 1 August 2019

Can an employee rely on a secret recording at a disciplinary hearing?

Christine Jamieson, Paralegal in our Employment team, warns employers that covert recordings could be admissible in Employment tribunals

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News 29 July 2019

Increase in insolvencies reflects impact of current economic and political factors

Latest statistics show a 20% increase in personal insolvencies in 2018/19 compared to the previous year but not up to the level of previous peaks

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News 29 July 2019

Postnups - conversations of consequence

Alison McKee, Partner and Head of our Family Law team, highlights how the significant rise seen in postnups reflects the trend towards financial indep...

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News 26 July 2019

A warm welcome to our new Associate in Glasgow’s Private Client team

Stacey McIntyre’s appointment enhances our services for individuals in relation to drafting Wills, Powers of Attorney and Executry and Guardianship administration

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News 19 July 2019

Lindsays advises Buzzbase on its transition to employee ownership

Our Corporate team provided the legal advice for the Tayside-based company as it transitioned to employee ownership

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News 18 July 2019

Don’t get stung by GDPR year two

Year two of GDPR will see the start of more stringent enforcement by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), and the end of the informal education phase

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Insights 17 July 2019

What to consider if you are a parent-to-be

If you are a parent-to-be or are already a parent, it’s worth doing some simple legal planning for the future

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News 16 July 2019

Charity law consultation responses: is that all there is?

David Dunsire explains that the Scottish Government’s latest update on the charity law consultation is welcome, but there is more to be done

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