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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.
  Buying a house is an exciting prospect but it can be daunting for many first time buyers, below is a quick guide of how it all works:
In this month’s newsletter, we’d like to take the opportunity to introduce our Commercial Property team and highlight the broad range of excellent services it provides. 
  The dark nights are drawing in and the clocks go back at the end of this month… it can mean only one thing: it is almost Christmas time once again! But what does this time of year mean for the licensed trade?
  We are delighted that our Licensing team has been recognised, once again, as Tier 1 in The Legal 500 and Band 1 in the Chambers Guide for 2020. The highest rankings available.
Last month, an Employment Tribunal ruled that vegetarianism was not a ‘belief’ that could be protected under the Equality Act 2010. It was therefore held that an employee being dismissed as a result of their vegetarian outlook did not amount to discr
An opportunity has arisen to join our busy civil court department .  The role involves a varied and interesting workload acting for both pursuer and defender in the Sheriff Court, Court of Session, Land Tribunal and Tier 1 Tribunals. The work in
  In our May newsletter, we brought you news of our Licensing team being the only firm in Scotland to have two accredited specialists in liquor licensing law . However, our licensing department are not the only ones to have achieved the distinct
The 2017 £83m purchase of a Scottish company, the Craig Group, has driven home in a fairly spectacular fashion the importance of contractual interpretation – and why, sometimes, all the advice in the world cannot beat bad timing. It may also be
The question of surrogacy is an area of family law which is not often discussed in public. Indeed, many people think that surrogacy is still illegal in the UK, but that is not the case. Provided it is not carried out for profit, then surrogacy is an
When a famous couple gets married – or when they get divorced – it is not uncommon for celebrity news sites to refer to the existence of a prenuptial agreement or ‘prenup' as they are often known. However, with record numbers of marriages ending in d