Insights 12 March 2021

The many and varied legal consequences of the pandemic

There is little doubt that the Covid-19 pandemic has, either directly or indirectly, affected the vast majority of the world’s population

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News 11 March 2021

Social media in the workplace: WhatsApp group chat supports recent harassment claim

An Employment Tribunal decision highlights the importance of having up-to-date policies which address the use of IT systems, instant messaging and soc...

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Insights 10 March 2021

Defamed online – the pros and cons of seeking vindication in court

Posting negative comments online may not only be risky if found to be defamatory but taking action could still reflect negatively on the business or i...

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News 8 March 2021

Are mergers on the cards as a solution for charities?

Alastair Keatinge discusses why mergers may be the only way for charities to secure their future - this article featured in The Scotsman on Monday 8 March

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News 5 March 2021

Eilish’s new mindset and strong form help keep her outlook positive

Eilish’s passion for running, dedication to training and desire to keep improving make it easier to deal with the continuing uncertainty around athletics events

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News 3 March 2021

Lindsays advises Bruce Stevenson in deal with Goldman Sachs-backed UK firm

Bruce Stevenson, Scotland’s largest insurance broker, has been acquired by Aston Lark as part of a series of acquisitions for the group’s expansion

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Insights 1 March 2021

Can sharing an opinion online be defamatory?

The decision in a recent English case demonstrates the real-world implications of sharing opinions online

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Insights 24 February 2021

To have and to hold - good reasons to consider a postnuptial agreement

A prenuptial agreement is a good way to ring-fence assets before marriage, but did you know you could make a postnuptial agreement too?

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News 18 February 2021

Scottish landlord ordered to pay wrongful termination order for the first time

The First-tier Tribunal’s first wrongful termination order provides a sharp warning to private residential landlords in Scotland who pursue eviction

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Insights 16 February 2021

Derelict land recommendations may be a sign of changing times

Land that has fallen into disuse is increasingly being seen by some policy makers as an opportunity to fuel a ‘green recovery’ or help Scotland meet i...

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Insights 1 February 2021

Brexit and the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) – what now for Employment Law?

The terms of the UK’s recent trade deal with the EU have implications for the future of UK employment law

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Insights 28 January 2021

Landlord’s Hypothec – securing rent arrears in Scotland

If a commercial tenant becomes insolvent, landlords can exercise their right to a security for unpaid rent over movable property within the premises

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