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Archives: Mar 28, 2014

Borders Railway expansion signals an increasing interest in employment law matters

Posted on Mar 28, 2014 By In Events and seminars

A pair of expert breakfast seminars on the changing face of employment law will equip Borders businesses for the forthcoming economic boost created by the revival of train services. With the Borders economy set for a significant boost from the re-opening of the railway next summer, local lawyers Iain Burke

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UEL supports the Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation

Posted on Mar 25, 2014 By In Charity

Our Charity of the Year 2014:  United Employment Lawyers are proud and delighted to be supporting the Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation. A message from Malcolm Mackay, founder and chairman of UEL. Dear Friends My wife Amanda and I are delighted to be able to do something remarkable. We’re taking part

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A new age for the older employee

Posted on Mar 25, 2014 By In Inside the world of work

With many more people wanting to work beyond the retirement age, there are clear channels to ensure everyone is treated fairly. Adelle Morris, of Grigor & Young and Moray Employment Law in Elgin (pictured), examines the options. We are all working longer in life. More people are concerned about their

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