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2 Mar 2021

Disclosure still in public interest despite primary private purpose

Protecting the public interest need not be the sole purpose of a disclosure
Blog by
Alan Delaney
1 Mar 2021

Shifting the blame

Over the last year, there has been much in the media about what has been termed "no fault" divorce. Couples might not realise that these new changes...
Blog by
Lucia Clark
Source: Scotsman
26 Feb 2021

Uber "workers" firmly in the driving seat

The Supreme Court has upheld an employment tribunal finding that Uber drivers are workers and not independent contractors
Blog by
Innes Clark
25 Feb 2021

Enforcing Adjudicator's Decisions in Scotland - The Differences

The position on enforcement of an adjudicator's decision in Scotland is not identical to England and Wales. There are key differences that parties to...
Article by
Sandra Cassels
24 Feb 2021

Mediation - The future for personal injury claims?

Concluding a personal injury or clinical negligence claim on behalf of a claimant is often a bittersweet victory. Even after achieving the best...
Article by
Nicola Edgar
23 Feb 2021

Occupiers' liability in Scotland: Who has control of the premises

Everyone's world was turned upside down in 2020, with unpredictable events throughout the year. The uncertainty has impacted on the work of personal...
Article by
Jennifer Thomson
23 Feb 2021

Working Parents and School Closures: The Impossible Juggle?

In our latest podcast, we look at the impact the COVID pandemic school closures have had on working parents, particularly working mums. We explore...
Podcast by
David Hossack
22 Feb 2021

Fairtrade Fortnight

The Fairtrade Certification Mark was launched in the 1980s, initially for use in the coffee trade, to encourage a new ethical means of trading by...
Blog by
Austin Flynn
19 Feb 2021

Top tips for Trusted Advisers

In this blog, I want to set out some of our tips for trusted advisers such as accountants and financial advisers who are dealing with farming...
Blog by
Lucia Clark
19 Feb 2021

Data protection after the Brexit transition period

Following the recent article in the Financial Times on the draft decision by the European Commission to allow personal data to continue to flow...
Blog by
Dr Julie Nixon, WS
18 Feb 2021

Question mark hangs over 2021 Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Doubts persist over whether the reporting requirement will be re-instated in 2021 UPDATE: Enforcement of reporting has been suspended for 6 months,...
Blog by
Fiona Meek
18 Feb 2021

Business Banking Resolution Service (BBRS) launches

A new service was launched on 15 February 2021 to assist small and medium sized enterprises who have complaints in relation to business banking...
Blog by
John Lunn
18 Feb 2021

Covert workplace recordings - issues for employers to consider

In our latest employment law podcast, David Hossack and Fiona Meek discuss the approach Employment Tribunals take towards covert recordings and some...
Podcast by
David Hossack
17 Feb 2021

When is the permission of the court required to challenge a planning decision?

There are two procedures available to a party who seeks to challenge a planning decision in Scotland by way of an application to the Court. Both...
Article by
Douglas Milne
16 Feb 2021

How Morton Fraser's values steered positive decision-making

With offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow and over 260 staff, Morton Fraser responded to the first lockdown in March last year by focusing on the values...
Article by
Chris Harte
Source: Scottish Business Insider
15 Feb 2021

Capital values in unprecedented times

In a world of great financial uncertainty, the issue of resources is likely to become acutely relevant in financial provision divorces. Under s 8 of...
Blog by
Fiona Sasan
Source: The Journal

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