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Named Person Scheme Update

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, it would seem an appropriate time to revisit the Named Person Scheme and reflect upon how this legislation may affect families in Scotland.

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Funny Money: The New Pound Coin – Is your Business Ready?

The new 12 sided pound coin will enter circulation on 28 March and all restaurant, bar and shop staff are being asked to get ready for the release. This will also apply to vending machines, car park ticket machines, self-service checkouts and many more. Any coin handling businesses will have to update their equipment to cope with the changes.

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Life as a Trainee Solicitor at Miller Samuel Hill Brown

When I think back to my very first day in the office, attempting to pretend I was calm and unsure of what to expect, I can hardly believe that I am eight months into my two year traineeship. I have just finished my first seat in Residential Property/Private Client and I am looking forward to beginning my second seat in Licensing. As is the nature of a traineeship, just as you are beginning to feel comfortable you find yourself diving back into the unknown. Miller Samuel Hill Brown offers three eight-month seats allowing you to experience different areas of law in practice prior to qualifying. Therefore, it is important when moving seat to hit the ground running and to be open minded.

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Evaluating the Revaluation: A look at the Impact of the 2017 Non-Domestic Rates Revaluation

At the end of 2016 the draft rateable values for the postponed Non-Domestic Rates (NDR) revaluation were released. These new rateable values will take effect from 1 April 2017 and official notices advising owners, tenants and occupiers of premises will be sent out in March.

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