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Agricultural roadshow in Stirling — building a resilient farm business

Posted, 19 November 2018 in News

Building a resilient farm business in the face of the industry’s complex regulatory, economic and political landscape is the subject of a free event in Stirling this month.

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Property round-up — a home for the holidays

Posted, 17 November 2018 by Mike Cunningham in Views
Categories: Residential property

We round up some of our favourite properties for keeping cosy and entertaining friends and family over the festive season.

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Ledingham Chalmers records strong Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners performances

Posted, 12 November 2018 in News
Categories: Us

The Scottish full-service law firm has again seen impressive results in both prestigious annual guides: attracting praise across several key practice areas.

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Agricultural roadshow in Castle Douglas — building a resilient farm business

Posted, 09 November 2018 in News
Categories: Events | Private client | Rural

In the first of our rural seminars, we talk to delegates in Dumfries and Galloway about how to build a resilient farm business by successfully navigating the industry’s complex regulatory, economic and political landscape.

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Taking the high road — what next for the AWPR contract?

Posted, 08 November 2018 by Jennifer Young in Views
Categories: Commercial contracts | Construction

While we wait for a definitive AWPR completion date amid ongoing discussions and debate, chairman and construction partner Jennifer Young looks at what could happen contractually.

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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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Deal or no deal? When uncertainty’s a certainty

Posted, 19 October 2018 by Linda Tinson in Views
Categories: Private client | Rural

With Brexit looming, we look at why the rural industry needs a framework and a degree of certainty for after the UK leaves the EU in March next year.

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Roddy Cormack

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Innovation in construction — the good and the necessary - What types of innovation does the construction industry embrace? And what's the best way forward? Senior associate Roddy Cormack explains.