News 19 February 2019

Topshop fined £450,000 after customer sustains fractured skull

High street fashion retailer Topshop have received a fine after a young girl was seriously injured whilst shopping in their store

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News 19 February 2019

Businesses prepare to tackle the menopause at work

Employment Partner, Kate Wyatt to speak at event exploring the rights of menopausal women, employers’ obligations and policies

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News 15 February 2019

Freedom of expression in the world of higher education

The recent EHRC guide aims to clarify the law to reduce conflict where people find their views are clashing

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News 15 February 2019

Lindsays National XC 2019 entry numbers break all recent records

Over 2400 athletes are listed for ten races taking place in Falkirk on Saturday 23rd February

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News 14 February 2019

Can I make a claim for injuries sustained from a dog bite?

Following a successful claim by a postal worker after being bitten by two dogs, Rachel Holt discusses what you should do if you have been injured as a...

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News 13 February 2019

Government proposals to extend legal protections for pregnant women and new mothers

The Government has published a consultation paper setting out proposals to extend the legal protection afforded to pregnant women and new mothers in the workplace

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News 12 February 2019

Third sector leaders event success for Lindsays and ACOSVO

We were delighted to join with ACOSVO to host over 100 third sector leaders at a high profile drinks reception

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News 8 February 2019

New developments for victims of historic abuse

Alasdair Wannan discusses two recent developments which may assist victims of historic abuse to pursue claims for compensation

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News 29 January 2019

Cohabitees - whose house is it anyway?

If you are thinking about buying a house with your partner it’s worth ensuring your interest in the property is protected

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News 29 January 2019

Rear-end collisions – is the following driver always to blame?

When dealing with rear-end road traffic collisions, there is usually an assumption that the rear vehicle is 100% at fault, but a recent case has turned this around

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News 14 January 2019

Companies may need a policy on work emails and calls after hours

This article on employees' right to disconnect by Kate Wyatt from our Employment team featured in the Scotsman on Monday 14 January

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News 13 January 2019

Patients to sue after cataract implant issues

A number of people are seeking compensation after developing further problems with their eyesight following cataract surgery

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