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Blackadders Appoint New Partner


Scottish law firm Blackadders has continued its expansion in the west of Scotland by recruiting an experienced commercial property adviser to its Glasgow base. John McKie, who will join Blackadders as a partner on December 5th, is the latest addition to the firm’s presence in Scotland’s largest city.

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Dispute and insolvency specialist, Stephanie Carr appointed as head of Glasgow office


Stephanie Carr Release

Stephanie Carr will take up the role of leading Blackadders’ Glasgow office after 15 years with Harper Macleod, where she served as a partner in the insolvency department specialising in contentious personal and corporate insolvency law.

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Patrons’ rights if the show goes on without its star


It’s Festival time in Edinburgh and the mainstream theatres are packed, with all the drama – so far – being confined to the stage. Not so in London, where the hiring of major stars of film and television to take the leading roles in some West End productions has been compromised by an all-too-frequent incidence of big names being replaced by an understudy – most notably by Glenn Close in Sunset Boulevard and Sheridan Smith in Funny Girl.

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Employment Termination Payments Reforms to Tax Treatment but £30,000 Exemption to Remain


Proposals in relation to the tax treatment of termination payments are set to take effect from April 2018. HMRC is currently consulting about the draft legislation which is to underpin the reforms. Under the proposed new system, the first £30,000 of any payments resulting from termination of employment will remain exempt from income tax.

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