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Dallas McMillan Solicitors Race Night Raises £9,000 for Cancer Support Scotland

We had our first ever race night which was held at Hillhead Sports Club, Glasgow on Friday 1st September 2017.  The night was held to raise funds for the firm’s official charity partner Cancer Support Scotland who offer support not only to patients diagnosed with all kinds of cancer but also to their families.

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Dallas McMillan Announce Cancer Support Scotland As Their Official Charity Partner for 2017

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Dallas McMillan Solicitors are delighted to announce that our official charity partner for 2017 is Cancer Support Scotland.

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High Hedges Act

The Scottish Government has announced that the High Hedges Act will come into effect on 1 April 2014.

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Dismissal of employee charged with assaulting his partner at her home was unfair but not discriminatory

The Court of Session has reinstated a tribunal's decision that an employee, dismissed for an alleged domestic assault on his partner (who also happened to be his colleague), was unfair under section 98 of the Employment Rights Act 1996. Since the dismissing officer expressly accepted that the employee had acted in self-defence, it could not be said that he believed in the employee's culpability. In these circumstances, the tribunal had been entitled to find that the employer had not established that the reason, or principal reason, for the employee's dismissal was misconduct. In any event, the employer's investigation was inadequate and unreasonable.

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Holyrood Passes High Hedges Bill

MSP’s have now approved the High Hedges (Scotland) Bill, thus Scotland will follow other parts of the UK in having legislation to control the “thorny” problem of the height of hedges that cause nuisance to neighbouring proprietors.

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Number of First Time Buyers Reached Four Year High Last Year

New figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders in Scotland report that the number of first time buyers in Scotland rose to the largest annual total in four years.

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AUGUST 2012 NEWSLETTER: Employment tribunal costs, unfair dismissal, property sales, LIBOR and more

Employment Tribunal Costs

The Government has now announced the new fee structure that will apply for Employment Tribunal claims. They have opted for a two tier system. Those claims that will be deemed First tier claims are straightforward cases such as claims for arrears of pay including claims for redundancy pay and notice pay. For first tier claims, there will be a charge of £160 to lodge a claim and a further £230 hearing fee payable when a hearing is assigned.

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FOR FULL OR PART SALE: ENGINEERING BUSINESS – AYRSHIRE, SCOTLAND

An Established Engineering Business in Ayrshire is offered for Part or Full Sale.  The Company has been trading for 65 years and operates from a central location in Ayrshire close to good transport links for West/South and Central Scotland. Serving a wide variety of Customers including Defence, Local Authority, Environmental, Food Processing, Energy & Utilities, Rail, Transport, Construction and Retail.

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Successful recovery of your commercial debts

As you may have learned recently in the media, the former Chief Executive of Rangers FC, Martin Bain, is claiming at least £960,000 damages from Rangers FC in connection with the termination of his employment.  Following a recent Court Hearing, Mr. Bain was granted Warrant by the Court to arrest £480,000 of funds  due to Rangers “on the dependence of his claim”.

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