News 9 April 2019

Adults with incapacity and the role of Powers of Attorney

Private Client Partner, Sandy Lamb, discusses the complex issues regarding adults with incapacity in the latest issue of Scottish Policy Now

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Insights 5 April 2019

Planning an escape to the country? Things to consider when buying rural property in Scotland

Buying rural property in Scotland can take first time buyers and urban homeowners into unfamiliar territory – including issues from private water supplies to unadopted roads

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Lindsays' Life 1 April 2019

Lindsays life - Issue 16

Welcome to our sixteenth issue of Lindsays Life. This issue covers a wide range of topics about different stages of life: from marriage and civil part...

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News 1 April 2019

Lindsays in the Scotsman on Sunday: Female talent will follow legal firms who adapt

Susan Law shares her experience as a working mother in a senior position and the improvements being seen across the legal profession in the Scotsman on Sunday on 31st March

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News 29 March 2019

Lindsays in the Courier: Law firm RSB Lindsays targets £20m turnover

Peter Tweedie, our Chairman, spoke to Rob McLaren, Business Editor at the Courier, about where we are and the plans for growth

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News 26 March 2019

Eilish’s competitive drive kicks in after a tough start to 2019

Eilish McColgan admits that recent health struggles have resulted in a disappointing start to 2019 competitions, but she has some big goals ahead

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Insights 13 March 2019

Legal profession is moving with the times

Emma McGinley, a Trainee Solicitor in our Commercial Property department, discusses her traineeship with Lindsays and her views on the modern trends of the work place

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News 12 March 2019

New legislation means an important year ahead for charities

Alastair Keatinge, Partner and Head of our Charity Law team discusses the changes to Scottish charity law and highlights the newly launched Governance Code

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News 11 March 2019

Employers can take pro-active steps to plan for Brexit

Businesses are urged to plan for staff who are EU nationals both to support existing staff and to meet their obligations regarding right to work checks

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News 11 March 2019

Non-execs must open their eyes to insolvency risks

Non-executive directors are increasingly finding themselves on the receiving end of insolvency litigation. Brent Haywood explains why it's essential t...

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Insights 8 March 2019

Recovering possession when private tenants abandon the property

The options open to private landlords to recover possession of their property when a tenant no longer stays there differ dependent on the type of tenancy in place

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News 7 March 2019

Lindsays in The Herald: Expansive law firm lays ground to hit £20m turnover target

Alasdair Cummings, our Managing Partner, spoke to The Herald explaining that when he took over as managing partner of Lindsays in 2011 he had one main...

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