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By Iain Drummond
In a recent decision by the Technology and Construction Court (TCC), Judge Stewart-Smith has clarified the position when determining whether two adjudications are "the same or substantially the same"
By Neil Maclean, Katie Russell, Elouisa Crichton, Gillian Moore
4 April 2019 is the deadline for organisations to publish their Gender Pay Gap Reports. Some organisations will be reporting for the second time.
By Rebecca Nicholson, Katie Russell
A number of cases have looked at worker status in recent years, focused mostly around the ‘gig economy' with claims against companies including Uber and Deliveroo.
By Ann Stewart, Stephen Miller, Christina Sinclair
This year has brought with it a number of changes to property taxes.
By Ann Stewart, Scott Ritchie
No-one enters into a lease of commercial property looking for a fight, but experience has shown it is prudent for the parties to provide for what will happen if a dispute arises
By Paul Carlyle
Aberdeen Football Club has had its UK trade mark application for DONS DRAM for whisky and other whisky drinks refused.
By Jordan Galbraith
The European Commission has fined Google €1.49 billion ($1.69 billion) for "abusive practices in online advertising."
By Neil Maclean, Elouisa Crichton, Katie Russell, Gillian Moore
We explain everything you need to know to comply with gender pay gap reporting. The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 came into force on 6 April 2017.
By Paul Carlyle
Today, reports have confirmed that MySpace has lost over 50 million songs uploaded to the platform between 2003 and 2015.
By Ann Stewart
Many communities in Scotland are all too aware of the problems associated with living next to land or buildings that are lying vacant or derelict
By Iain Drummond, Nathaniel Buckingham
This two-part webinar series explores the top construction court cases from 2018, to provide an understanding of the key developments in construction law and adjudication practice...
By Alison Rochester
One of the key issues raised consistently in the discussions around a no-deal Brexit is the impact it would have on the customs duties payable on goods that are imported in to the UK.
By Peter Misselbrook, Stephanie Hepburn
Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) has failed to persuade the Scottish Land Court that crofting rights relating to an area of land adjacent to Stornoway Airport had been extinguished in the 1940s.
By Ewan MacLeod
The Planning (Scotland) Bill is due to be debated in the Scottish Parliament in the next couple of months. It has taken a long time to get here.
By John MacKenzie
On 9 March 2019 the House of Lords Select Committee on Communication published its report – Regulating in a digital world.
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