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Legal insights. Industry commentary. Influential opinions. Here’s what our teams have to say.

Is Airbnb in it for the long haul, or outstaying its welcome?

Posted, 04 December 2019 by Nicola Grant in Views
Categories: Commercial property | Insights

Over the past 18 months there has been increasing pressure on the Scottish Government to introduce regulations to govern the short-term rental sector and provide clarity to operators, users and communities. We take a look.

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Going the extra mile, and then some — meet partner David Scott

Posted, 28 November 2019 in News
Categories: Us

In our latest team profile, we caught up with David, who’s not only known for his legal expertise, but for his work in the community, as well as for running the odd race or two.

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Separation — a festive season survival guide

Posted, 27 November 2019 by Emma Somerville in Views
Categories: Family law | Insights

The festive season’s a time of year many people look forward to, but it’s also sadly peak break-up time for couples. Here, we take a look at how to best approach separation, at any time of year.

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Ledingham Chalmers free festive employment law cafés — 4 and 12 December

Posted, 22 November 2019 in News
Categories: Employment | Events | Us

Join the full-service law firm at one of two events over the coming weeks as its experts unwrap current workplace challenges.

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Myth-busting powers of attorney

Posted, 20 November 2019 by Dara Kinloch in Views
Categories: Insights | Private client

What is a power of attorney, why’s it important, and do I really need one? To coincide with the first National Power of Attorney day, senior solicitor Dara Kinloch tells all.

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Ledingham Chalmers eyes sustainable growth with new estate agency roles

Posted, 04 November 2019 in News
Categories: Private client | Residential property | Us

Lynne Stewart steps up as the firm's fourth partner appointment this year, and David Geddie takes up a consultancy post.

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