Corporate

The times they are a fluctuating

Posted, 03 April 2017 by Roddy Cormack
Corporate | Construction

The established political and economic norm may be about to dramatically change. Does our approach to construction contracts need to make a similarly radical shift?

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The Ten Million Dollar comma

Posted, 29 March 2017 by Jody Mitchell
Corporate

A fascinating judgment came out of the United States last week: fascinating, at least, for those of us with an interest in grammar and punctuation.

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Inverness Business Briefing - when uncertainty's a certainty

Posted, 27 March 2017 by Jennifer Young
Corporate | Employment

With days to go until Theresa May triggers Article 50, and persistent uncertainty around an evolving political landscape at home and abroad, there’s no doubt we’re living in interesting times.

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Data protection - personal information as property

Posted, 02 March 2017 by Sine Mackay
Corporate | Litigation | Employment

Affecting all businesses, data protection means treating personal information as property, and that property needs to be properly looked after.

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On and off the buses - disability discrimination

Posted, 19 January 2017 by Kirk Tudhope
Corporate | Litigation | Employment

A recent Supreme Court decision highlights one of the challenges with disability discrimination. While clear guidance can be given, it can never be reduced to an all embracing set of rules.

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New rules for companies involved in court cases

Posted, 11 January 2017 by Victoria Leslie
Corporate | Litigation

In an effort to improve access to justice, the law on people representing a business in court has changed.

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