Paul Harper: Scotland’s first wrongful termination order

Private residential landlords would be wise to take notice of Scotland’s first wrongful termination order. It establishes the fact that the law has teeth and can bite, writes Paul Harper.

Published 23 March 2021

Alastair Keatinge: Charity mergers – change may be necessary for continuity

Mergers are often a topic that charity trustees would rather avoid. Yet it’s one that some in Scotland are now considering as they look to a future shaped by the legacy of Covid-19, writes Alastair Keatinge.

Published 9 March 2021

Lawyer warns that charities may have to merge to survive economic fallout of coronavirus

Charities may have to merge to survive the cash crisis caused by the pandemic, a lawyer has said.

Published 7 July 2020

Government cash boost for charities won’t provide quick-fix for those plunged into crisis, lawyers warn

A £30 million pledge to support Scottish charities through the coronavirus crisis is welcome but will not tackle the immediate cash flow problems leaving many in a fight for survival, lawyers have warned.

Published 14 April 2020

Blog: Beyond the Waterfront

As the £1 billion development of Dundee’s Waterfront area continues, Derek Petrie, a property expert at law firm Lindsays, wants to shine the spotlight on the regeneration taking place throughout the rest of the city and the wider region.

Published 7 February 2017