In recent years shopping habits have changed. We have seen the decline of traditional high street shopping and a rise in online purchases. In the UK, around one fifth of total retail sales are made online.With Christmas fast approaching, many s
When relationships between parents break down and they separate or divorce, children are often the ones most heavily affected. If it becomes impossible for a child to remain living with both parents, it can be a complicated and stressful process dete
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25th May 2018. Now over a year since its introduction, has it changed data protection practice? Although not an exact science, various surveys and reports have tended to indicate a
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?
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
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 distinctio
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
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