Private Practice
  • Seeking exceptional corporate solicitors (4-7 years PQE) to join our Corporate team in Edinburgh
  • You will advise on Scottish, UK and cross border transactions, including acquisitions and disposals
  • Other areas include private equity and venture capital, joint ventures, and group reorganisations
  • You will be a motivated individual with previous experience in Corporate and strong commercial awareness
  • DLA Piper will invest in your long-term future to ensure you achieve your potential, with a clear pathway to progression

DLA Piper UK LLP

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Latest articles from DLA Piper UK LLP
COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Guidance for UK Employers

The government has introduced a job retention scheme to avoid redundancies and protect jobs

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The 5 main benefits of aligning and integrating financial crime capabilities

Financial crime continues to provide challenges for organisations and rapid increases in the use of and reliance on technology has only increased the

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UK Supreme Court judgment on Morrisons: good news for employers, but the risk of claims (and fines) for data breaches remains

On 1 April 2020, the UK Supreme Court handed down its much anticipated judgment in the case of WM Morrison Supermarkets plc v. Various Claimants

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Planning Agreements: Local Authority Fixes for the New Normal

Our previous blog covered the need for reform to avoid S106 agreements being held up by lockdown given the need to execute them as deeds. In the

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A nuisance overlooked or simply an unwelcome development? The latter, says the Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal (COA) has handed down judgment in the widely publicised case of Fearn and others v. The Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery

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Implications of proposed moratorium and exclusion of directors' liability in the UK

On 28 March 2020 the UK government announced that emergency measures will be implemented to provide protection to directors of companies which

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Planning Agreements: Executing Deeds - Reforms, for the New Normal

Our previous blog covered getting Committee resolutions in place. Delivering on them will require a range of agreements to be completed. Although

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Planning Authority Fixes, for Now Reforms, for the New Normal: Meetings

Our previous blogs have dealt with changes to CIL and permissions needed to deal with current lockdown. This blog addresses the Government’s short

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Reservists' employment rights in the UK

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is calling up 3,000 reservists to help in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. How does mobilisation work and what

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Good Work Plan changes come into force today

The Good Work Plan changes to section one statements come into force today (6 April). This means that: entitlement to a statement of particulars of

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COVID-19: Loan agreement considerations in the Scottish market

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has led to unprecedented business interruption and an urgent need for many Scottish businesses to review the

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Planning for the New Normal - Scottish Chief Planner update

Further to our blog, the Chief Planner issued a further letter setting out the Scottish Government’s current thinking and options for temporary fixes

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UK Job Retention Scheme: updated guidance

HMRC updated the guidance for the Job Retention Scheme over the weekend, bringing helpful clarification on a number of points

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Protection from eviction for Scottish commercial tenants for 14 weeks

Tenants of Scottish commercial premises are to benefit from an extended eviction notice period

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Guide to Signing Scots Law Documents in a Remote Working Environment

Many businesses are now working remotely as a result of COVID-19. The usual processes for signing contracts and other documents have become

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COVID-19: Managing the fraud risk in the current crisis

In times of crisis, incidences of fraud and dishonest behaviour invariably increase. The crisis caused by the outbreak of COVID-19 will be no

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Planning for the New Normal - COVID-19 provisions in Scotland

The urgently drafted, and shortly to be passed, Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill covers a vast range of devolved functions of

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Supreme Court: no vicarious liability where employee pursuing his own vendetta

The Supreme Court has ruled that Morrisons is not vicariously liable for an unlawful data breach committed by an ex-employee. The employee was acting

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Dentons Aircraft Finance Briefing on COVID-19 related frustration and force majeure issues

Where English law is the governing law of the contracts in question, even in the current circumstances

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Neonatal Leave and Pay and Carer’s Leave Consultations

For those seeking a brief diversion from the onslaught of Covid-19 related employment law changes, we summarise below the government’s response to

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