UEL supports the Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation

UEL supports the Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation

Our Charity of the Year 2014:  United Employment Lawyers are proud and delighted to 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 in the fundraising event in Glasgow […]

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A new age for the older employee

A new age for the older employee

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 pension provision  – or a […]

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A game of two halves

A game of two halves

Despite foul weather and an early start there was a full turnout from local employers at an employment law seminar held at Falkirk Football Stadium yesterday. Hosted by Fiona Munn and Fraser Tait of Falkirk Employment Law, and members of UEL, the seminar fulfilled its objective of applying a practical perspective to two issues – […]

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Leading Aberdeenshire law firm joins UEL

Leading Aberdeenshire law firm joins UEL

One of the North-East of Scotlands leading law firms, Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace ­- has joined the United Employment Lawyers network, which now has extended coverage in Aberdeenshire including Donside and Deeside. Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace, with its main offices in Aberdeen city centre, also serves the communities of Banchory, Ellon, Inverurie and […]

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