Anderson Strathern Legal Updates
It has been held that employers should keep absent employees fully updated on key work developments.
EAT ruled that employers are not required to take every step possible to determine whether an employee is disabled.
Lenders awaiting the Supreme Court’s decision in Carlyle (Appellant) v The Royal Bank of Scotland plc (respondent) will be disappointed with the decision that was issued yesterday.
The Scottish Government has declared its intention to reform succession law and the legal rights which surviving family members can claim on estates.
With the 5 April tax year end only seven weeks away, now is the time to ensure that your tax affairs are in order and that you are making the most of the reliefs and exemptions which are available.
Pensions are set for an overhaul from April 2015. We look to provide an explanation of the effect of these changes and explains how the financial and tax risks can be managed.
We explore the impact of sports-related brain injuries and what can be done to minimise their effects.
The Cabinet Secretary for Finance has reviewed and revised the tax rates and bands for LBTT, which comes into effect on 1 April 2015.
EAT considered a case where the employer's reason for dismissal was a result of a chain of several events.
The EAT considered the effect of an internal appeal against dismissal which took place post-TUPE transfer.