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Events | Corporate Law

Online CPD – Scottish Referral Network

Join the next event in our CPD seminar series hosted for solicitors in our Scottish Referral Network on 5th October, where we share insight into a different specialist practice area each quarter. Our specialists will talk you through the main issues to be aware of when you're working on complex restructuring and insolvency matters.

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Events | Charities & Third Sector

Annual Charities Conference 2021

We invite you to join us for our online charities conference on 7th October where we will look at how Scotland's charities can best respond to the changing landscape and how a commercial mind-set and sound governance can support a positive future.

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Events | Education

Join our Independent Schools Conference

We’re delighted to invite you and your colleagues to the first in our bi-annual Independent Schools Conference series on Tuesday 28th September. We’ll be focusing on the key issues facing Principals, Heads, Bursars, Senior Managers and Governors in the independent schools sector.

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Events | Employment

Club HR: Considerations for a return to the office and hybrid working

You're invited to join us at our Club HR webinar on 22nd September looking at the key employment law and health and safety law considerations for returning to workplaces and hybrid working.

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Events | Charities & Third Sector

Join Anderson Strathern and the Federation of Scottish Theatre’s Legal Update

Join Anderson Strathern’s legal experts Paul Brown, Douglas McLachlan and Scott Fyfe on 30 September 2021 to learn the key immigration, data sharing and contracting need to knows for performing arts organisations and freelance practitioners.

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Podcasts | Tax

Understanding your financial lifecycle

Can I afford to stop working? Will my kids have financial security during my retirement? How much should I be saving this month? If you’ve ever asked yourself any of these questions, this podcast is worth listening to.

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Events | Energy

COP26: current considerations and future impact for your clients

Our special online event on 1 September 2021, looked at COP26, net zero ambitions for the future and low carbon investment opportunities in Scotland.

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Insights | Rural

Agricultural Permitted Development Rights

On 1 April 2021 a number of changes to permitted development rights for agricultural land were introduced. Below we provide an overview of the key changes to the existing permitted development rights for agriculture, including any conditions/rules that must be complied with.

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Insights | Rural

An introduction to Natural Capital

Natural Capital is a phrase that we come across increasingly regularly in the media today. But what does it mean and how does it affect you and me? In many ways Natural Capital is all about going back to basics and considering how we interact with nature. It is about recognising the inherent value in such fundamental resources as geology, soil, water and air, how we manage these to benefit our economy, the environment and our wider society.

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Insights | Rural

Increased transparency in land ownership

In early February, the third and final draft of The Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016 (Register of Persons Holding a Controlled Interest in Land) (Scotland) Regulations 2021 (“the Regulations”) was approved by MSPs, and was published in final form on 17 February 2021. The Regulations are due to come into force on 1 April 2022 and the new Register will become operational from the same date.

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Insights | Power of Attorney, Wills

Managing your digital legacy before logging off for good

Many of us do almost everything online these days, from banking and food shopping to virtual calls with our friends and colleagues. We are increasingly living our lives online and leaving behind a digital footprint.

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Insights | Rural

What farmers and landowners should know about livestock worrying

Following the surge in Covid-19 lockdown walks in the countryside, and an increase in dog ownership, there has been a sharp rise in the number of dogs attacking livestock.

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