Martyn Shaw Martyn Shaw, a partner at Scottish law firm MacRoberts, provides an update on the BHS saga
Jamie Robertson Jamie Robertson, residential property solicitor at Scottish law firm Thorntons, assesses the novel method of sale.
Mark Pryce Mark Pryce of Campbell Dallas makes the case for a tax future without spreadsheets
Alasdair Steele Alasdair Steele, head of Scottish commercial at property consultants Knight Frank looks at the prospects of outside investment returning to the market north of the border
Blog: Perfect pensions’ storm arising from auto enrolment rules could blow UK economy way off-course
Mark Mulholland Mark Mulholland, a partner at Chartered Accountants and business advisers Alexander Sloan's Glasgow office, contemplates the repercussions of auto enrolment in uncertain times.
Catriona Reid Catriona Reid of BTO Solicitors talks us through the implications of new “persons with significant control” rules introduced this summer to tackle tax avoidance, money laundering and other criminal activity through exploitation of Scottish Limited Partnerships.
Robin Turnbull Robin Turnbull, a senior solicitor at Anderson Strathern discusses the main points of the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017, which came into force in April 2017, in the wake of the recent BBC pay revelations.
Diane Nicol Diane Nicol, head of employment at Pinsent Masons and one of three panel members supporting Matthew Taylor on the Taylor Review, writes about the implications for employers.
Douglas Roberts For small businesses in every sector, employee ownership is highly topical, and a solution worth considering if you’re thinking about the future prosperity of your business, says Douglas Roberts, Corporate and Technology Partner at Scottish law firm Lindsays
Rosalie Chadwick Rosalie Chadwick, partner and head of corporate finance at Pinsent Masons takes the temperature of Scotland’s IPO climate
Paul Marshall Paul Marshall, who leads the corporate crime and investigations team at Scottish law firm Brodies explores the implications of the Criminal Finances Act 2017 for businesses in tax evasion cases.
Sandy Kennedy Sandy Kennedy, chief executive at Entrepreneurial Scotland looks at the obstacles confronting the nation’s wealth creators.
James Andersen James Andersen, a Property and Construction specialist at Grant Thornton in Scotland, on the need to tackle Scotland’s housing crisis and the role that the Private Rented Sector (PRS) can play in this.
Julie Scott-Gilroy New requirements for commercial actions highlight a change in emphasis for alternative dispute resolution in Scotland, writes Julie Scott-Gilroy.