News 30 May 2022

New Partner, Helen Kidd joins our Charities and Third Sector team

A warm welcome to Helen Kidd, new Partner in our Charities and Third Sector team

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News 27 May 2022

Congratulations Giffnock North AC – third time winners of the Lindsays Trophy

Giffnock North AC have won the Lindsays Cross Country Trophy for tallying the biggest overall number of finishers across three national events

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News 25 May 2022

Lindsays Life 22 - our latest magazine is out now

The latest Lindsays Life is packed with interesting articles to give you information for you and your family or someone you may know.

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Insights 24 May 2022

Dismissal may be unfair even where an employee volunteered for redundancy

The decision of a tribunal was found to be wrong by the EAT for striking out a claim for unfair dismissal following a voluntary redundancy request.

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News 19 May 2022

Continuing our longstanding support of SAMH

Lindsays is proudly supporting SAMH (Scottish Association of Mental Health) in its partnership with the Van Gogh Alive Exhibition as a fundraiser and ...

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Insights 18 May 2022

Good governance underpins great charity work

Charities should ensure they have their houses in order to be in the strongest position to face the post-pandemic world.

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Insights 17 May 2022

Is laddish behaviour in the workplace an excusable basic instinct?

Have attitudes in the workplace evolved or are they stuck in a premillennial 1990’s time warp? A Tribunal case suggests that in some workplaces, it is the latter.

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News 13 May 2022

New registration requirements for trusts and individual landowners

Maeve Wynne-McCorry explains the changes to HRMC’s Trust Registration Service and Registers of Scotland’s new Register of Persons Holding a Controlled Interest in Land

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News 13 May 2022

Two new lawyers, Lauren Mitchell and Zoe Allan, join our property team

We are pleased to welcome two new lawyers who recently joined our Residential Conveyancing teams in Glasgow and Dundee

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News 11 May 2022

A call for rethinking the property tax system impacting Scotland’s farmers

Tim Macdonald features in today’s Scotsman highlighting the need for an overhaul of property taxes to reduce the impact of additional charges on Scotland’s farmers

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Insights 10 May 2022

Pursuing a court action: the key is in the research

Before pursuing a court action it’s not only worth considering the costs involved but also doing your research into the other side’s financial circumstances

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News 9 May 2022

Caution advised when considering the Bank of Mum and Dad

A growing number of families may be risking tax bills when they support grown-up children financial during the current cost of living crisis

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