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22 Jan 2021

What's new in equality law?

Reports of increased sexual harassment as result of remote working A women's charity, Rights of Women, has highlighted an increase in online sexual...
Blog by
Sarah Gilzean
22 Jan 2021

Can employers require employees to be vaccinated?

The roll out of the vaccine adds another legal headache for employers.
Blog by
Sarah Gilzean
22 Jan 2021

More For Lawyers - January 2021

Email updates by
Richard McMeeken
21 Jan 2021

Family Law Scotland - January

Email updates by
Rhona Adams
21 Jan 2021

Construction - January

Email updates by
Sandra Cassels
21 Jan 2021

Employment law - what to expect in 2021 - Part 1

In part 1 of a 3 part podcast, Innes Clark and David Hossack look at the employment law changes that can be expected in the first half of 2021.
Podcast by
David Hossack
21 Jan 2021

Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting - Where are we now?

Ethnicity Pay Gap reporting has had increased attention over the past few years. In her review in March 2017, Race in the Workplace, Baroness...
Blog by
Sarah Gilzean
21 Jan 2021

Gender Pay Gap Reporting - what do you need to do in 2021?

In its analysis published on 3 November 2020, the Office for National Statistics reported that the gender pay gap among all employees was 15.5% in...
Article by
Sarah Gilzean
20 Jan 2021

Reflections on Remote Mediation

The lockdown has represented something of mixed blessing to proponents of mediation.
Blog by
Rhona Adams
20 Jan 2021

Defamation and Malicious Publication (Scotland) Bill

The Scottish Government's Defamation and Malicious Publications (Scotland) Bill is currently working its way through the Scottish Parliament, having...
Article by
Andrew Agnew
20 Jan 2021

Why target setting won't improve your firms diversity

Diversity and Inclusion approaches in organisations all around the UK are coming under closer scrutiny following wider events in society such as the...
Blog by
Martin Glover
20 Jan 2021

Morton Fraser Introduces Success Fee Arrangements for Commercial Litigation

New service created to help Scottish SMEs access legal advice at reduced financial risk
Press Release by
Chris Harte
19 Jan 2021

What are the grounds for resisting enforcement of a decision?

When a paying party does not make payment of an adjudicator's decision then the party that is due payment requires to raise enforcement proceedings.
Blog by
Sandra Cassels
19 Jan 2021

Jurisdiction issues were a part of our lives long before Brexit

Long before Brexit, UK lawyers were grappling with jurisdiction issues applying between the different parts of the UK ….
Article by
Savita Sharma
19 Jan 2021

Brexit - traps for the unwary Scottish family lawyer

The end of the transition period for Brexit has now past, ending at 11pm on 31 December 2020. At the last gasp, we also have a trade deal in place...
Article by
Lucia Clark
19 Jan 2021

Brexit - Child law consequences

There is no getting round the fact that a post-Brexit era for Family Law began on 1 January 2021. I am going to briefly consider how we deal with...
Article by
Marisa Cullen
18 Jan 2021

Implications for Directors under the Finance Act 2020

It would be an understatement to say that a lot happened in 2020. It was what may be euphemistically described as an "exciting" year in the...
Article by
Alan Meek
18 Jan 2021

Time to save

"I can't wait to get back in the office" is not a phrase I thought I'd ever be saying with such vigour. However, after going through the first...
Blog by
Gail Watt
15 Jan 2021

Dismissing employees with less than 2 years' service - tactics to reduce the risk of a claim

In part 2 of a 2 part podcast, Innes Clark and David Hossack look at the practical steps that employers can take to reduce the risk of an Employment...
Podcast by
David Hossack
15 Jan 2021

Mind the Divorce Gap

Divorce is a difficult, emotional and stressful process. It can therefore be tempting to just want the whole process to be over as quickly as...
Blog by
Dianne Millen

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