During these unprecedented times, our lawyers are here to help. Although our offices are shut, our staff are working remotely and business is continuing as normal. Take a look at some of our short advisory articles below and get in touch with a member of staff for further information.
Hundreds of North Sea jobs are thought to be under threat at Subsea 7, one of the major oil and gas companies operating in the UK.
Lockdown has created domestic tensions of many kinds in the home, for those in all different kinds of relationships.
All you need to know to help you submit a claim to the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS)...
It was announced yesterday that new procedures allowing the purchase and sale of land in Scotland will come into place on Monday 27 April.
What impact do the coronavirus guidelines have on property transactions during lockdown?
We have seen an increase in scam emails, calls and texts which seek to exploit the coronavirus crisis and it is the elderly and vulnerable in our society who are being targeted...
We have had a lot of contact from clients with questions about making wills and putting powers of attorney in place. New guidance has been issued on how to put these in place...
With many offices operating with a skeleton staff, here’s an update of some key changes to public sector services and what is currently being processed by the Scottish Courts Service.
Will the UK lockdown rules affect how often you can see your child if you no longer live with them? Jamie Foulis explores how care and contact arrangements could be affected.
What steps can your small business take to navigate the tricky road out of lockdown...
Scott Clair considers some of the key features of the new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill.
The Coronavirus (Scotland) (No 2) Bill is expected to come into force this week. Scott Clair considers some of the key features of the new Bill.
An update from the FCA on its test case of the validity of business interruption claims in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
My insurers are delaying paying out on my business interruption claim. What can I do?
The CMA is investigating complaints about traders’ cancellation and refund policies for services affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many businesses are facing continuing uncertainty as to whether their insurers will meet business interruption (BI) claims arising from the pandemic.
Clarification from senior leading counsel confirms that written agreement from furloughed employee is not required.
The measures have been introduced to protect consumers affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
HM Revenue & Customs have released further details of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme including changes to the employee employment qualification date, and the proposed launch date.
The crisis surrounding coronavirus is having a serious impact for many SMEs. Therefore, it's crucial that businesses check to see if any of their losses are covered.
New guidance has been released concerning the Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Scheme.
The draft Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill published on 31 March allows the Registers of Scotland to publish rules on their web site allowing transactions to start again.
The UK government have announced a number of measures to try to lessen the impact of COVID-19 on the workforce...
Commercial tenants are given more protection after the introduction of the draft Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill…
Landlords are advised to take care that acts of kindness towards tenants during the coronavirus outbreak do not backfire on them...