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By Neil Maclean, Katie Russell, Elouisa Crichton
Compensation limits for certain tribunal awards and statutory payments will increase in line with the September RPI from 6 April 2018.
By Ann Stewart, Edwin Mustard, Peter Alderdice, Joanna Boag-Thomson, Kirsteen Milne, Sarah Leslie, Christina Sinclair
Third party rights are conferred by contracting parties on a person who is not a party to the contract concerned.
By Hamish Lean
Clients have asked me on a number of occasions recently to give advice where they have not qualified for receipt of Basic Payment Entitlements (BPE).
By Stephen Miller, Douglas Sinclair, Ann Stewart
Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) is a tax on property transactions in Scotland, and applies to purchases of both residential and commercial properties, and leases of commercial premises granted on or after 1 April 2015.
By George Frier
The stakes have been raised in Brexit negotiations around the UK's stance on the current major question – in or out of the Customs Union?
By Hamish Lean
The subsidy regime post Brexit will have a new focus on incentivising environmental aims and the provision of 'public goods'.
By John MacKenzie, Matthew Phillip
In June last year the UKIPO originally held that BrewDog could not register 'ELVIS JUICE' and 'BREWDOG ELVIS JUICE' as trademarks.
By Katie Russell, Elouisa Crichton
With sex discrimination issues appearing continuously in the media, and the imminent deadline for the publication of gender pay gap reports by larger UK companies, the Fawcett Society has published a timely review ...
By Paul Carlyle, Ashley McLean
Roger Federer has highlighted the importance of famous trophies to international competitions such as the Australian Open tennis.
By Ann Stewart
One of the strategic objectives of the new Scottish Land Commission is to ensure that the ownership and use of land delivers greater public benefit.
By Peter Misselbrook, Ann Stewart
The Forestry Grant Scheme (FGS) is funding from the Scottish Government, available through the Scottish Rural Development Programme to support ...
By Ashley McLean
Carphone Warehouse has been fined £400,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) for inadequacies in its data security measures that came to light following a cyber-attack.
By Sian Jefferies
The case of DC Community Partnerships Limited v Renfrewshire Council confirms that a failure by an adjudicator to address a material defence which a party is entitled to state is a failure to...
By Paul Carlyle, Alison Rochester
The Secretary of State has used its power under the Digital Economy Act 2017 to create a new criminal offence targeting ticket bots.
By Iain Drummond
As part of its commitment to better regulation, the UK Government has released a consultation to support a review of the changes to the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 ...