News 27 November 2019

New kids on the block in commercial property financing are here to stay

Business Insider published this article exploring the increasing access to new sources of funding for commercial property investment and development by Gavin Buchan

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News 22 November 2019

Lindsays features in The Times Best Law Firms 2020

We are delighted that our peers have chosen us among the top performers in the legal sector

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Insights 21 November 2019

Amazon primed for eviction after notice to quit was found to be valid

Recent court decision finds against Amazon UK Services Ltd concerning the validity of a notice to quit in a commercial lease

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News 20 November 2019

We’re getting our skates on and taking to the ice

As part of our support of the 2019 Scottish Curling construction League we have a Tayside team competing

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Insights 15 November 2019

Agricultural tenancies - can rent be withheld in Limited Duration Tenancies?

Tenants should be careful about withholding rent for a landlord’s failures as they could fall foul of the court if they don’t follow correct procedures

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Insights 13 November 2019

Is the use of covert CCTV to monitor workplace theft considered unlawful?

Christine Jamieson, Paralegal in our Employment team, discusses a case which considers whether employee’s privacy rights were breached

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News 6 November 2019

Helping a charity do things differently

Our trustee training sessions and governance advice have helped Social Bite with its work to alleviate homelessness

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News 4 November 2019

Three promotions announced as our growth trend continues

We are delighted to announce the promotion of three lawyers in our Commercial Property, Personal Injury and Rural teams

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News 4 November 2019

Charity trustees: helping them do the right thing

Being a charity trustee is a great way to feel good as well as do good. But to perform their roles effectively, trustees need the right help and support

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Insights 1 November 2019

Courts call for common sense from separating parents

When parents are making arrangements for children after separation or divorce, the legal system expects certain levels of behaviour from them. It’s advice worth heeding

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News 28 October 2019

A warm welcome to our new colleagues from Hadden Rankin

We are delighted to have our new colleagues from Edinburgh legal practice, Hadden Rankin join us following our merger which takes effect today (28 October 2019)

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News 24 October 2019

Lessons to be learned from cases on residential tenancies in Scotland

Recent cases demonstrate the pitfalls which could await the unwary despite us being almost two years into a new residential tenancy regime and Tribunal procedure

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