News 4 September 2018

Lindsays assists Palimpsest Book Production Company with employee ownership transition

Our corporate team provided the legal advice for the Falkirk-based book production company as it transitioned to employee ownership

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News 30 August 2018

Family awarded £360,000 for death of woman exposed to asbestos

The recent case judgement of John Samuel Thacker and Others V North British Steel Group Plc 2018 CS0H 73 could have far reaching implications for the...

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News 29 August 2018

Letting agents must be registered

Under the Letting Agent Code of Practice introduced in January 2018, registration became mandatory on 30th of September 2018

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News 20 August 2018

We are delighted to welcome Corporate Partner, Ian Mitchell to Lindsays

We are pleased to welcome Ian Mitchell as he joins the Corporate team in Glasgow as a Partner

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News 14 August 2018

Congratulations Eilish! A silver medal at the European Championships

Eilish McColgan’s hard work and determination win her silver for an outstanding 5000m performance in Berlin

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News 8 August 2018

Can an employee on a zero-hours contract be suspended without pay?

A recent case clarifies employment rights of employees who work under zero hour working contracts

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News 30 July 2018

Sleepover case could save employers millions

The recent ruling may bring relief but there are no real winners, writes Ben Doherty, Partner and Head of Lindsays’ Employment team

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News 30 July 2018

$4.6bn payout to victims of talc-related cancer

Pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson are planning to lodge an appeal after they have been ordered to pay compensation amounting to $4.7bn to 22 women

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News 30 July 2018

Nordic Living by Biehl arrives in Edinburgh

Fiona Linklater, Director in our Commercial Property team assisted Scandinavian design company with its shop lease in Edinburgh

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News 27 July 2018

Announcing our second year supporting Abertay University’s Dare Academy

We are delighted to support Dare Academy, Abertay University’s games design competition, and to offer students business and legal advice

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News 27 July 2018

Should voluntary overtime be included in holiday pay calculations?

Employers should be aware of the limits to employee working hours and overtime set out in the Working Time Regulations (WTR)

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News 25 July 2018

Scottish Courts take a reasonable approach to implied time limits in commercial contracts

The case of William Burnside v Promontoria (Chestnut) Ltd highlights the court’s approach to the performance of obligations in contracts where express...

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