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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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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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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Insights 24 April 2019

Landowners’ position may be strengthened following recent decision regarding Telecoms Code

A recent case offers guidance on points that may affect landowners’ negotiations and contracts with telecoms operators, most notably on the way rents ...

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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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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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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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Insights 13 March 2019

Legal profession is moving with the times

Emma McGinley, a Trainee Solicitor in our Commercial Property department, discusses her traineeship with Lindsays and her views on the modern trends of the work place

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Insights 8 March 2019

Recovering possession when private tenants abandon the property

The options open to private landlords to recover possession of their property when a tenant no longer stays there differ dependent on the type of tenancy in place

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Insights 6 March 2019

Are Ubers drivers considered to be workers?

An update on a case which determines whether Uber drivers are considered as workers and therefore, entitled to basic employment rights

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Insights 6 February 2019

Why talking now can ease uncertainty when you lose a loved one

Dealing with the death of a loved one is always difficult, but there are ways to make the practical aspects more straightforward.

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