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James McGachie, legal director in DLA Piper’s litigation and regulatory practice, discusses firms' need for cyber resilience. Ransomware – malicious software used by criminals to encrypt information until a ransom is paid – poses a growing danger to both private and public sector o

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Christine Convy, specialist restructuring and insolvency practitioner at Dunedin Advisory, discusses options for companies who are questioning their viability. With the ending of government covid support measures and govt backed loan schemes now having to be repaid, it’s no surprise that compa

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Michael Reid, managing partner, Meston Reid & Co, offers advice on how to manage personal debt. Personal financial difficulties can sometimes arise quickly and without warning. Sometimes it’s down to matters outwith the control of the individual: redundancy, perhaps, or a relationship brea

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Duncan Cockburn, chief executive of One Banks Hub, discusses how the bank is trying to bridge the growing digital divide in Scotland. There used to be three banks on the high street of Kilwinning, a small town in Ayrshire. However, three years ago the last branch, the Royal Bank of Scotland, closed,

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The gambling industry awaits the outcome of an imminent white paper which is sure to deal operators a fresh deck of cards which may not all be to their liking, writes Audrey Ferrie, legal director and licensing specialist at Pinsent Masons. The existing Gambling Act 2005 came into force in 2007

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Michael Reid, managing partner at Meston Reid & Co, looks at the current trends in insolvencies in Scotland. I recall the harbingers of doom and their forecasts that 2021 would bring large-scale corporate and personal insolvencies.

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