Insights 13 December 2021

Storm damage could impact sale deals for Scottish landowners

Land purchase prices may need to be reduced late in negotiations as experts assess impact of damage to trees on value of farms and estates following recent storms

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News 28 November 2021

‘Act now to ease stress of Christmas on children’, separated parents are urged

Alison McKee shares key tips to help avoid uncertainty, conflict and stress by putting festive contact arrangements in place as soon as possible so th...

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News 22 November 2021

Are employers alive to the effects of the menopause on their staff?

‘Ordinary’ menopausal symptoms can amount to a disability for legal purposes, potentially triggering obligations on employers to make reasonable adjus...

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News 21 November 2021

Aiming for growth in firm’s Dundee operation

In today’s Courier, Alasdair Cummings and Chris Todd talk about the positive trajectory of Lindsays operation in Dundee

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Insights 19 November 2021

Keep-open clauses – compliance requires trading in good faith

The benefits and pitfalls of keep-open orders in Scotland - half-hearted trading may not be enough to satisfy a tenant’s obligations in a commercial lease

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News 16 November 2021

Whistleblower Protection Directive: how does this matter to my business?

The European Union passing the Whistleblower Protection Directive has had a direct impact on businesses within the UK and across the EU

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Insights 10 November 2021

No time to die: Recovering money owed from a deceased's estate

Creditors have options where a debtor has died before paying off their debts - it's worth taking action as quickly as possible

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News 8 November 2021

Surge in seven-figure transactions in residential property market

Andrew Diamond, our Head of Residential Property reports on the record number of £1m homes bought and sold in and around Edinburgh this year

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News 3 November 2021

The latest edition of Lindsays Life (Issue 21) is available here

We’re delighted to launch our twenty-first issue of Lindsays Life. As ever, it includes a diverse range of topics relevant to individuals, families and businesses

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Insights 3 November 2021

A simple Plan B for business owners and sole traders

Covid-19 has been a wake-up call for business owners to plan for the unexpected. Some simple legal planning could protect their business in the event of illness or accidents

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Insights 3 November 2021

Don’t let computer games drag you into a legal puzzle

Know someone who’s an up-and-coming video game creator? We’ve got some useful advice on how they can develop and protect their ideas

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Insights 3 November 2021

Civil partnership or marriage? You’re now free to choose

Since our last issue of Lindsays Life, an important legal change has taken effect in Scotland, giving mixed-sex couples more choice over how to take their relationship forward

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