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5 May 2016
Sorting through piles of paperwork is an unwelcome task for Executors – either because they cannot find key documents, or because there are mountains of superfluous papers. You can greatly ease their task by having the right papers in the right places.
3 May 2016
The Courier today (Tuesday 3 May 2016) published an article describing our ongoing growth in Dundee following an interview by Andy Argo with Alasdair Cummings, Managing Partner and Peter Tweedie , Chairman.
3 May 2016
To maintain your charity's reputation these days relies on trustees, chairs and chief executives being aware of the risks they face and ensuring the organisation observes good governance guidelines. A health check to review your current position is a great place to start.
2 May 2016
We are delighted to welcome Stuart Rowson, Commercial Property Partner, who has joined our growing team.
27 April 2016
The government is proposing to extend the right to shared parental leave and pay to working grandparents which may add to the already complex requirements that employers face with the current system.
25 April 2016
In the UK press, positive coverage of charities has been scarce recently. But north of the border, the story is brighter, and one reason for that can be found in Dundee where OSCR, Scotland’s charity regulator marks its 10th year.
18 April 2016
Letting one individual – whether CEO, chair or trustee – become too influential can threaten charities’ activities, or even existence. What can charity executives and trustees do about it?
15 April 2016
In the case of Nayak v Royal Mail Ltd the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether an employer's belief that an employee was no longer permitted to work in the UK amounted to a fair reason for dismissal.