News 8 December 2020

New GDPR guidance on ‘Rights of Access’ - helpful for employers when requests are received

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has published a new part in its series of guidance on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR

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News 7 December 2020

Lindsays advises Gill Financial with transition to employee ownership

Douglas Roberts provided legal advice for the first Scottish financial services firm to become fully employee owned

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Insights 1 December 2020

Charities facing up to coronavirus challenges together will be more resilient

David Dunsire explains why it’s vital for charities to share experiences and seek advice to cope with challenges caused by Covid-19

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Insights 25 November 2020

Need another prompt to get a PoA?

The pandemic has prompted more Scots to get their personal affairs in order and a PoA allows you to make decisions that will protect you, your family ...

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Insights 25 November 2020

How can charities focus on the future?

Alastair Keatinge suggests alliances and mergers as a way for charities and third sector organisations to secure a sustainable and successful future

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News 19 November 2020

Guidance released for extended furlough (Job Retention Scheme)

Guidance and a further Treasury Direction have been released providing details on how the furlough scheme will operate now that it has been extended to 31 March 2021

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Insights 18 November 2020

The clock may be ticking on certain claims but when does time start?

A recent decision underlines the importance of identifying the start date of the 5-year prescriptive period to bring a claim to court before the time limit lapses

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News 16 November 2020

Legislative changes could be ahead for transforming derelict sites

Scott Geekie discusses the law governing derelict sites in Scotland and explains what communities and landowners should consider to help bring such la...

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News 9 November 2020

We are delighted to welcome Sally MacLean to Lindsays

The growth of our property team continues with the appointment of Sally MacLean who joins our conveyancing experts as a Senior Solicitor

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Insights 2 November 2020

It’s time to pull out all the stops for charity trustees

As Trustees Week 2020 kicks off, Alastair Keatinge's latest article features in Third Force News reinforcing the need for strong trustees - and their need of proper support

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News 2 November 2020

Furlough scheme extension announced by UK Government

The Treasury announced on 31 October 2020 that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) will be extended from 1 November until December 2020

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Insights 31 October 2020

Ideas for adapting to life with the ongoing restrictions

Alan McLaren, Partner in our Commercial Property team, shares his experiences of lockdown, and what works for him when it comes to protecting his mental wellbeing

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