Insights 20 September 2021

Creating computer games: Be clear to ensure you’re not left with a legal puzzle

Completing the legalities needed for a computer game is best compared with trying to do a jigsaw: It’s impossible without all the pieces

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Insights 8 September 2021

Top tips for separated families agreeing childcare arrangements

Separating parents have a responsibility to their children to try to agree on arrangements that allow time with both of them and ensure their children’s safety and welfare

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Insights 1 September 2021

Eilish reflects on the highs and lows of her Tokyo experience

The Tokyo Olympics 2020 may have brought challenges and disappointments but Eilish shares her pride in her achievements and reveals her future goals

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Insights 13 August 2021

Funeral costs, wishes, and what happens when nobody knows your wishes

People may not want to think about planning for their own funeral but preparing can help ensure your wishes are followed and reduce costs left for your loved ones

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Insights 28 July 2021

Case review: Whaling Fraud - Who’s on the hook?

The Court of Session’s decision highlights why businesses shouldn’t look to play the ‘blame game’ when things go wrong

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Insights 7 July 2021

How can executors manage a situation where beneficiaries are missing?

The number of unclaimed estates in Scotland is higher than ever – an executors’ role includes distribution to beneficiaries which is not always straightforward

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Insights 1 July 2021

Court accepts informal form of notice for commercial lease in recent tacit relocation case

Commercial landlords and tenants should note from this decision that if either party wishes to end a lease it’s advisable for written notice to be sen...

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Insights 23 June 2021

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 at the outset

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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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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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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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