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Employment Lawyer

Employment Lawyer

  • Your chance to join our award winning employment team based in Aberdeen
  • You'll join Finlay McKay, partner, commended for his 'highly informed, commercially aware decision making' (Chambers UK)
  • You'll be involved in advising clients on a wide-range of employment matters, including senior executive issues
  • Previous experience of advising on immigration issues would be an advantage
  • Our culture is one of openness, honesty, warmth and growth

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A research report, Board Diversity and Effectiveness in FT350 Companies, recently published by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) in conjunction

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Legal update for energy lawyers - July 2021

This newsletter provides general information and is not intended to be comprehensive or to provide specific legal advice. Professional advice

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FCA publishes their changes to Listing Rules in an effort to attract more SPACs

The FCA on Tuesday published their changes to Listing Rules in an effort to attract more SPACs to the UK following their explosion in popularity in

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The risk of workforce infiltration by organised criminal groups at ports and airports

A recent alert issued by the UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) warns that as furloughed staff in the port and airport sectors return to work, they

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Patently not dominus litis - Reactec Ltd v Curotec Team Ltd 2021

The solvency or otherwise of the other party to a commercial dispute, is a matter which can be of crucial importance when it comes to recovering costs

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The Supreme Court’s recent decisions on scope of duty - implications for claims against lawyers

Many will be aware of the Supreme Court decisions in Manchester Building Society v Grant Thornton UK LLP and Khan v Meadows, handed down together on

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MV "TAI PRIZE" - Tendering a "Clean on Board" Bill of Lading - Court of Appeal Judgment

The background and detailed facts of this case, recently considered by the Court of Appeal, can be found in our earlier article relating to the 2020

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R v Haworth - resetting the balance

In the recent Supreme Court decision in the case of Haworth, the court firmly reset the balance between taxpayers and HMRC on the question of access

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Deserving the protection of the law? Government urged to shield shopworkers from violence

"Everybody should be safe at work. Shop workers are the lifeblood of our local high streets and communities. During the Covid-19 pandemic, retail

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Pandemic Clauses: Are they a given?

In a recent lease renewal claim in the County Court, a judge has declined to award a tenant a “pandemic clause” finding that the tenant had not

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Civil Justice Council publishes report on compulsory alternative dispute resolution

The Civil Justice Council published a report last week (dated June 2021) concluding that ADR can be made compulsory for parties to a civil dispute

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Are you ready to reverse?

After an initial delay, the VAT reverse charge finally came into effect on 1 March 2021. The HMRC indicated that they would show leniency when dealing

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The Equator Principles: A Reminder for EPC Contractors

With the ever-increasing focus on climate change risk assessment and management, we felt it timely to remind ourselves of the existence and nature of

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COVID-19: Return to the workplace - updated guidance for employers

The Government has updated its guidance “Working safely during coronavirus”, with six guides for different workplaces, which applies in England from

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Will Dispute Boards replace Adjudicators in the UK?

The JCT standard forms of construction contract are the most common family of standard forms used in the UK construction industry. Since the

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UK Cabinet Office publishes Procurement Policy Note on carbon reduction plans

The UK government has committed to a ‘Net Zero’ target of a minimum 100 reduction in the net UK carbon account (greenhouse gas emissions) compared

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Whiplash Reforms Q&A: Dropping claims out of the Portal

Our Clyde & Co Casualty team have created a series of webinars that aims to address questions on various elements of the operation of the Official

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Choppy waters ahead? The future of product safety post-Brexit

“From online marketplaces to connected devices, the way we buy products and the products themselves have gone through huge changes in the last few

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Hackers now extorting EA

In mid-June 2021 hackers breached gaming giant EA and stole a wealth of game source codes and internal system tools. This included the source code for

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The modern workforce and the changing expectations of working fathers

COVID-19 has seen some working parents swap the morning commute for breakfast with the family and a blurring of lines between work and family life

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