What are the rules in relation to making an unfair dismissal claim?
In September of last year, the First Minister announced the Scottish Government’s intention to continue its programme of land reform and to prioritise transparency, accountability and community ownership. As part of this, it has now published draft Regulations to implement provisions of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016 to establish a public register of people who own and manage land in Scotland. If the Regulations are approved, the register, to be called the Register of Persons Holding a Controlled Interest in Land, will reveal for the first time, the controlling interests behind ownership of land in Scotland.
The Summer of Sport is now upon us – the World Cup is well underway; Wimbledon starts today; and it won’t be too long before other sporting events such as the Tour de France, Grand Prix and the Open at Carnoustie find their way in to the TV schedule. Step aside Love Island!
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has launched a consultation with a view to clarifying pension trustees’ legal obligation to consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks.
JAL Fish Ltd Small Self-Administered Pension Scheme, Trustees v Robertson Construction Eastern Ltd  CSIH 24, IH (2 Div)
When does an obligation to pay overage become time-barred?
In May 2008 Robertson Construction Eastern Ltd agreed to purchase land in Aberdeen from the Trustees of the JAL Fish Ltd Small Self-Administered Pension Scheme.