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By Keith Campbell
Scotland's appeal court, the Inner House of the Court of Session has reversed an earlier judgment which had quashed statutory consents for the construction and operation of four wind farms off the east coast of Scotland.
By Katy Wedderburn
In Fulton and Another v Bear Scotland Ltd UKEATS/0010/16/JW, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has confirmed that the previous EAT decision that a gap of more than three months between...
By Douglas Lamb
A recent decision of the Court of Session in AWG Group Limited v HCP Properties 101 GP Limited has altered the position in Scotland in relation to delayed rent reviews.
By Valerie Surgenor
In the second of our series on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and what it means for employers and HR teams, we focus on how to manage employee data in line with the GDPR...
By Roddy Maclennan
From 6 April 2016, UK limited companies and lLLPs have been required to maintain a PSC Register to identify and record those Persons with Significant Control (each a PSC) namely...
By Katy Wedderburn
The recent Employment Tribunal decision of McWilliams v Citibank NA found that the Claimant had been unfairly dismissed because her employer rejected her subject access request (SAR)...
By Valerie Surgenor
Notwithstanding Brexit, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be implemented in the UK and will bring about the greatest ever reform of our current laws on data protection...
By Richard MacDonald
Also, the option of a Deferred Debt Arrangement would not apply where the scheme employers are restructuring.
By Alan McDonald
In Royal Bank of Scotland plc v Mirza [2017] the Sheriff Appeal Court considered arguments relating to the application of the pre-action requirements incumbent upon secured lenders...
By Gillian Craig
A review of the current law relating to damages and the potential changes that the Prescription (Scotland) Bill may bring.
By David Gourlay
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a discussion paper on distributed ledger technology (DLT) (DP17/3) which closes for comment on 17 July 2017.
By Neil Kennedy
Private investment funds are an important feature of our modern global economy. To date, the UK limited partnership (LP) has been a popular vehicle for foreign investors.
By Katy Wedderburn
Good charities need good people. Those people are often volunteers, trustees, employees, advisers, and everyone in between. But what rights, if any, do they have?
By David Gourlay
Last week saw two UK regulatory bodies crack down on organisations for breaching the rules on direct marketing:
By Michelle Sutherland
You may have read our update in May last year in relation to public sector exit payments, in which we promised to issue a further update when Regulations were proposed by the Scottish Government.
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