Insights 1 February 2021

Brexit and the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) – what now for Employment Law?

The terms of the UK’s recent trade deal with the EU have implications for the future of UK employment law

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Insights 28 January 2021

Landlord’s Hypothec – securing rent arrears in Scotland

If a commercial tenant becomes insolvent, landlords can exercise their right to a security for unpaid rent over movable property within the premises

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Insights 14 January 2021

Good reasons for the growing interest in forestry

A proactive approach to carbon-neutralising solutions reaps rewards for businesses, both in terms of investment opportunities and ever-increasing climate change regulations

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Insights 11 January 2021

Businesses advised to be reasonable and flexible as the home school bell sounds again

Going beyond your legal obligations as parents face another spell of home learning is the right thing to do both for your employees and your business

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Insights 6 January 2021

Charities can support each other through these tough times

There will be many going through the same issues or challenges that you are grappling with and third sector organisations can take comfort from that a...

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Insights 23 December 2020

Buyers can’t afford to underestimate value of expert advice to get best deals

Buying a home without proper advice has always been beset with potential pitfalls, not least the risk of paying the price if you get it wrong

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Insights 14 December 2020

Parents should take advice before opening the Bank of Mum and Dad

Families are right to take advice rather than leaving their children with a hefty tax bill - simply by trying to help them.

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Insights 1 December 2020

Charities facing up to coronavirus challenges together will be more resilient

David Dunsire explains why it’s vital for charities to share experiences and seek advice to cope with challenges caused by Covid-19

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Insights 25 November 2020

Need another prompt to get a PoA?

The pandemic has prompted more Scots to get their personal affairs in order and a PoA allows you to make decisions that will protect you, your family ...

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Insights 25 November 2020

How can charities focus on the future?

Alastair Keatinge suggests alliances and mergers as a way for charities and third sector organisations to secure a sustainable and successful future

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Insights 18 November 2020

The clock may be ticking on certain claims but when does time start?

A recent decision underlines the importance of identifying the start date of the 5-year prescriptive period to bring a claim to court before the time limit lapses

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Insights 2 November 2020

It’s time to pull out all the stops for charity trustees

As Trustees Week 2020 kicks off, Alastair Keatinge's latest article features in Third Force News reinforcing the need for strong trustees - and their need of proper support

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