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By Neil Maclean, Katie Russell, Elouisa Crichton
According to recent studies, approximately one in six people experience the symptoms of a mental health problem in any given week. Although mental health has become more talked-about in recent years in the UK ...
By Neil Maclean, Katie Russell, Elouisa Crichton
According to recent studies, approximately one in six people experience the symptoms of a mental health problem in any given week.
By Katie Russell, Joanna Boag-Thomson, Christopher McGill
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. We have prepared a quick guide with 8 top tips to help charity organisations comply with the new rules.
By Andrew Holehouse, Louisa Knox, Edwin Mustard
From 6 April 2018 a new way of dealing with Section 75 Debts has been introduced for all multi-employer defined benefit schemes – the Deferred Debt Arrangement (DDA).
By Peter Misselbrook
From 1 February 2018, the new Queensferry Crossing over the Forth now has motorway status.
By Hugh Smith, Kevin Clancy, Lynn Simpson
The powers that can be exercised by Licensing Standards Officers (LSOs) are changing. As from 29 June 2018, LSOs will have far greater powers of entry, inspection ...
By Iain Drummond
Being granted a financial award in construction adjudication is not always the end of the story. Sometimes it is necessary to raise a court action to enforce the award.
By Katie Russell, Joanna Boag-Thomson, Christopher McGill
GDPR comes into force on 25 May 2018, bringing with it the risk substantial fines of up to €20 million (or 4% of a company's global annual turnover, whichever is higher) for non-compliance.
By Stephanie Hepburn
The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003 provided the public with a legislative basis for their general access rights over Scottish land.
By Neil Maclean, Katie Russell, Elouisa Crichton
The Supreme Court has confirmed that in the absence of a contractual provision confirming when notice takes effect, it is to be implied into all contracts of employment that notice of termination...
By Peter Misselbrook, Elouisa Crichton, Sarah Leslie
The National Council of Rural Adviser's (NCRA) report last November found that: "Many rural businesses are unviable without EEA workers, in particular those small and medium enterprises (SMEs) ...
By Neil Maclean, Katie Russell, Elouisa Crichton
While the long-term consequences of Brexit remain unclear, recent announcements have given employers some short-term comfort.
By Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Scotland's premier technology investor showcase, Engage Invest Exploit (EIE) takes place this week.
By Annemaree McDonoguh
Crazy, madness, there is nothing like football.
By Andrew Kinnes, Lucy Mulreany
A recent decision from the Outer House of the Court of Session provides useful insight into the implied terms of contracts.