News 17 September 2021

How charities can plan for the fast-approaching end to furlough

Organisations will need to support furloughed employees who will be returning to work, particularly if they have been away longer term

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News 15 September 2021

Welcoming our new Private Client Director, Alison McKay

We are delighted to announce that we have strengthened our Private Client team with the appointment of Alison McKay as a Director based in Glasgow

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News 14 September 2021

Case review: Dismissing as redundant rather than furloughing employees

Recent Employment Tribunal decisions consider whether furlough should have been considered as an alternative during the redundancy process

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News 13 September 2021

Winding up of companies for unpaid debt: Covid-19 update

On 1 October 2021 new rules on winding-up petitions will come into effect which may make it easier for many creditors, except commercial landlords, to recover debt

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News 2 September 2021

Funding secured for social impact companies in Scotland

Ian Mitchell and Alastair Smith advised SIS Ventures in two separate investments in young Scottish companies with social missions

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News 31 August 2021

Extension of adjusted right to work checks

Temporary changes to the way right to work (RTW) checks may be carried out were introduced last year and have now been further extended to 05 April 2022

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News 30 August 2021

Rise in employee-owned companies is good for Scotland’s economy

Douglas Roberts, Partner in our Corporate team, highlights why he believes employee ownership growth in popularity will continue and benefit Scotland

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News 27 August 2021

Succession: planning can make it an opportunity rather than a crisis for charity chairs

David Dunsire discusses why succession planning needs to be part of the day-to-day for charities - not just for emergencies

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News 26 August 2021

Our cycling enthusiasts go Forth in Cash for Kids fundraiser

We have a team of energetic cyclists hitting the road this Sunday to help disadvantaged children as Lindsays supports Tour de Forth once again

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News 18 August 2021

Gavin Buchan assists market-leading golf tech developer secure £1.5m funding package

Innovative Edinburgh company, Shot Scope, continues with global scaling ambitions after latest growth funding and support from Virgin Money

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News 3 August 2021

‘Marriage right’ misconception could prove costly for lockdown couples

Worrying numbers of couples who have set up home together during the coronavirus crisis mistakenly assume they have the same rights as if they were married

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News 26 July 2021

Flexible working requests expected to spike amid Level Zero move

Employers may need time to clarify the wider workplace picture before they are in a position to handle requests from staff

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