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By Marc Armstrong
Every Premises Licence allowing the sale of alcohol in Scotland must include a designated premises supervisor with a valid personal licence.
By Graeme Young
Published on 28 March 2014, the new Directive 2014/24 replaces Directive 2004/18 when it comes into force today, 17 April 2014.
By Eilidh Wiseman
In an attempt to reduce the number of disputes which proceed to tribunal, claimants will be obliged to contact Acas before raising a tribunal claim.
By Gemma Lampert
Following last year's Jackson reforms, the Ministry of Justice has given consideration to amending its Court Fees.
By Philip Mackay, Aidan Campbell, Karagh Gilliatt, Kyle Abrey
A look at developments in the financial services industry in the week to 27 March 2014.
By Philip Mackay, Aidan Campbell, Karagh Gilliatt, Kyle Abrey
A look at developments in the financial services industry in the week to 20 March 2014.
By Philip Mackay, Aidan Campbell, Karagh Gilliatt, Kyle Abrey
A look at developments in the financial services industry in the week to 6 March 2014.
By Graeme Young, Rachel Caughey
Reforms to the UK competition law regime go live on 1 April 2014.
By Philip Mackay, Aidan Campbell, Karagh Gilliatt, Kyle Abrey
A look at developments in the financial services industry in the week to 28 February 2014.
By Sian Aitken, Darina Kerr
Some of the country’s biggest landlords have won a legal battle allowing them to overturn the law on payment of rent as an expense of an administration.
By Keith Gellaitry, Mark McMurray
Expressing your views in response to a development plan and participating in the plan-making process can make it easier to get permissions and consents.
By Carina Healy, Jennifer Barr
In this issue, we look at some important decisions and key legislative changes over the past few months.
By Eilidh Wiseman
In this month's feature, we take a look at how The Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014 revise certain aspects of the TUPE regime, which came into effect on 31 January 2014.
By James Woodward, Stuart Maclean
Within this [£2.5bn] budget allocation will be significant investment in procurement, which can support key Scottish industries, including the shipbuilding industry.
By Sarah Grenfell, Gemma Lampert
Force majeure clauses excuse parties from performing obligations under contract because an act or event makes the contract impossible to perform.
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