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Ledingham Chalmers eyes growth with Edinburgh partner appointment

Posted, 18 February 2019 in News
Categories: Employment | Us

The Scottish full-service law firm has appointed a renowned employment law specialist to join its team in the capital.

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Return of the employment tribunal — event round-up

Posted, 05 February 2019 by Kirk Tudhope in Views
Categories: Employment

These claims are on the rise, and so are our speaking dates on the topic. Next up, Aberdeen this week.

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When employment law meets the beautiful game — a look ahead at the Press and Journal business breakfast

Posted, 24 January 2019 by Kirk Tudhope in Views
Categories: Employment

Inverness partner Kirk Tudhope previews the 30 January event, and introduces the topic he’ll be focusing on — employment tribunals.

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To be or not to be — what happens when an insolvent company isn’t insolvent?

Posted, 11 January 2019 by Rebecca Walker in Views
Categories: Bankruptcy and insolvency law | Corporate | Employment

Why does Scots insolvency law mean workers potentially can’t get paid after the collapse of Scottish clinical waste firm HES? And would the same thing happen south of the border?

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Ledingham Chalmers holds Inverness Christmas employment law cafe

Posted, 12 December 2018 in News
Categories: Employment | Events

Businesses can find out practical hints and tips for implementing the latest employment law rules at our free festive event.

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Latest BBC news: equality and the Drivetime car crash

Posted, 30 October 2018 by Kirk Tudhope in Views
Categories: Employment

It takes hard work and cultural change — not headline-grabbing reshuffles — to solve the broadcaster’s issues with gender equality. Partner Kirk Tudhope tells us more.

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Is that a discriminatory cake or a meringue?

Posted, 12 October 2018 by Kirk Tudhope in Views
Categories: Employment

In light of the Ashers Bakery case, are the old rules of avoiding discussion of religion and politics at work still sensible? Kirk Tudhope explains.

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