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22nd May 2019
WJM's leading property lawyer has called on Scots to think twice before entering property raffles in a bid to land their dream home.
22nd May 2019WJM's leading property lawyer has called on Scots to think twice before entering property raffles in a bid to land their dream home. Legal Director Graham Adams ha
20th May 2019Welcome to May's Employment news briefing, providing a summary of some of the recent employment judgements. If you have any questions about any of the topics cover
16th May 2019This month, the Government announced that couples divorcing in England and Wales will no longer have to blame each other for the breakdown of their marriage as ther
13th May 2019Technophobia: noun. mass noun. The fear, dislike, or avoidance of new technology. Common amongst solicitors. Being a child in the 90s meant growing up alongside th
9th May 2019A while before Greta Thunberg and Extinction Rebellion (in their own ways) had everyone focussing again on climate change, I had my own minor epiphany in March. I w
6th May 2019Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has announced significant growth in Inverness with seven new recruits and an office expansion. Broadening the law firm’s
2nd May 2019Ensuring the viability of doctors’ and dentists’ practices is an obvious social good, since it protects the health and welfare of people across Scotland
17th April 2019Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP has announced the appointment of two new Partners at its Inverness office. Paul Adams and JP Campbell, who both joined the tea
5th April 2019The Law Society of Scotland recommends that every adult over the age of 50 years old considers granting a Power of Attorney but what is a Power of Attorney and why
29th March 2019Those of you who read my earlier blog on the UK’s need for a written constitution may be worried that I am about to go over old ground again. That’s tem
28th March 2019As in many areas of Private Client law and practice, Scotland and England have completely different systems for providing executors appointed by a will (or acting u
21st March 2019Whether the UK leaves the EU with or without a deal, businesses must be ready for changes that will affect their data flow processes and agreements. As 29 Ma
8th March 2019Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP is delighted to announce the appointment of Associate Elisa Miller to our Inverness office. Elisa joins us from another commer
7th March 2019Welcome to our Employment news briefing, providing a summary of some of the recent employment judgements. If you have any questions about any of the topics c
5th March 2019The pluses and minuses of alternative sources of finance for start-up/ young businesses such as crowdfunding, peer-to-peer finance, and of more traditional forms su