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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 we approach International Women's Day, our Employment Law team is delighted to announce that we will host a panel discussion event, themed #inspireinclusion, on Tuesday, March 12th, at our Glasgow office. The panel members, fro
With an election on the horizon, Labour have recently set out its plans to expand the grounds of equal pay claims to ethnic minority and disabled workers if it is to win the next UK general election. Currently, the equal pay regime only applies on gr
Last year, Scottish insolvency activity reached its highest level in over a decade.[1] 1,132 firms became insolvent in Scotland highlighting the real impact of the financial strains that many businesses are facing. There are numerous factors that hav
Introduction In a bid to modernise the law on Trusts, Succession and Executors, MSPs unanimously voted to the pass the Trust and Succession (Scotland) Bill on 20th December which prevents killers from acting as an executor in their victim’s estate. &
  At Miller Samuel Hill Brown, we believe in helping and supporting our local communities. To put this belief into action, we are delighted to announce that we have partnered with Glasgow City Mission for the year 2024, and we will also continue
  The new Licensing Board Policy statements which have recently been released have brought some significant changes to Licensing Policy across Scotland. A welcomed and notable new policy point highlighted in both Glasgow and Edinburgh is the imp
As the first month of 2024 draws to a close, 27th January 2024 should be one final date to mark in everybody’s calendar! Parent Mental Health Day is celebrated on this date to encourage conversations and connections about the mental health of parents
It is with great pleasure that we announce the promotion of Ruth Medlock to the position of Senior Solicitor in the Employment Team. Ruth Medlock holds an LLB from the University of Strathclyde, which she completed in June 2018. Following this, she u
It is a well-known fact that after a few weeks of festive fun, what follows is often described as the dreaded ‘January blues’. Whilst this may simply be a social term used to describe the widespread decline in mood after the Christmas season, some re
We have noted down some tips in order to assist those who are in the early stages of separation, in order to promote maintaining amicable relations between you and your spouse or civil partner as much as possible. Often, the first thing clients want
What is Tacit Relocation? The principle of Tacit Relocation is asserting that commercial leases do not automatically conclude at their expiration date.The Lease can only be brought to an end by either party by serving notice to quit By not serving no
I was asked to provide a guide to managing Christmas for families who find themselves in separated circumstances and I couldn’t. It is difficult to think about providing handy tips or sage advice where what people are feeling at the root of all other