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A number of other employment aspects are likely to continue through a transition period, which is common in the ever changing landscape of employment law. Here are a few of the major developments to keep an eye out for


Employee, worker, self-employed independent contractor, other? The answer might not be what you think! The legal definitions are not clear and neither are the boundaries clearly defined.


Gordon Deane comments on an interesting article from the PLC website written by barrister David Simpson of 3 Verulam Buildings


The case involved a waste management company, which had been in breach of its obligations under environmental law, relating to storage of waste


An interesting article recently appeared in The Herald regarding Clydesdale Bank’s treatment of a Dundee-based property business


James Hyams looks at the importance of having a Power of Attorney in place


Robert Holland discusses what the 2019/20 launch of SRU's "Super 6" tournament means for employment status?


Sheriff Appeal Court case found the scope of non-vested contingent interest to be greater than previously thought


The High Court in England has considered a claim that a lender breached an equitable duty to act in good faith by taking a significant shareholding in a borrower in a debt restructuring.


The Financial Conduct Authority has announced that no action will be taken against RBS and its senior managers over the activities of its Global Restructuring Group (GRG)

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