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From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.
As holiday travel restrictions continue, and more and more people are embarking on “stay-cations”, there has been an increased interest in wild camping in Scotland. Wild camping is legal almost everywhere in Scotland. Scotland has what is known as ‘r
The local authorities are routinely enforcing access rights against residential, commercial and estate owners. It is therefore important for property owners to know their rights and responsibilities when it comes the Access Rights. The Land Reform (S
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Senior Solicitior, Zibya Bashir, to join our Dispute Resolution and Litigation Department , effective 1st June 2021. Zibya has expertise in financial services litigation and complex contractual, comm
 All information contain within this update is accurate at the time of publication. During these unprecedented times where the situation is constantly changing at pace it is vital that you take expert advice where necessary. Please do not hesita
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We are delighted to announce the promotion of two of our solicitors from Associate to Senior Associate, effective 1st July 2021. Eilidh McGuire, who works in the Licensing Department, specialises in all aspects of liquor, gaming and civic licensing l
This article was co-authored with Dr Gill Maxwell of CIPD for publication on the CIPD website What do HR practitioners need to know and do regarding contractual issues and health and safety law?  The CIPD has supported the people profe
Research has consistently shown that employee stress levels have risen in line with the demands of the twenty-first century workplace. The CIPD publish a survey on health and wellbeing at work, and reported in 2019 that mental ill health was increasi
Most of Scotland is now in Level 1 or 2, meaning that up to 8 (Level 2) or 12 (Level 1) people from separate households can meet outdoors at hospitality venues. With this in mind, and summer in full swing, outdoor drinking areas are more important to
The idea of divorce can be daunting, however, we offer a compassionate and efficient service which helps clients through this process. What are the grounds for divorce? In Scotland, if your marriage has broken down irretrievably and there is no prosp
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With the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) the operation of businesses across all sectors is being severely challenged. At Miller Samuel Hill Brown we have business continuity processes in place to enable us to provide an ongoing service to client
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