If you haven't heard of the phenomenon that it "social networking" - using websites such as Facebook and Twitter - where have you been? more
Taxpayers could find themselves under closer scrutiny from the Government following December's pre-budget report, according to a tax expert. more
West Fife firms have been warned to prevent booze-fuelled staff Christmas party "shenanigans" getting out of hand - or face legal consequences. more
The Chartered Institute for Personal Development analysis of employment figures suggests the recession is taking a heavier toll on men than women. more
In many ways the operation of a limited company is similar to that of our country – the directors are the “elected” agents of the shareholders ... more
An innovative collaboration between Scottish law firm CCW LLP and Cardiff and London based lawyers Capital Law LLP is set to break down barriers created by separate legal systems in the UK. more
Sickness absence has never been easy territory for employers, but employee absence has received much greater legislative and judicial attention in recent times... more
This year, the airwaves and print media have, at times, been dominated by what the public have deemed conflicts of interest. more
CCW business lawyers have announced that two of their trainee solicitors have secured permanent full time positions with the Dunfermline firm... more
April brought a welcome change to employment law with the repeal of the statutory disciplinary and grievance procedures. more
Donna Reynolds in the Scottish Legal News more
The Scottish Legal News reports on CCW's sponsorship of Alison Marshall through an LLM in IT and Telecommunications Law at the University of Strathclyde.
Manchester United met their match after they were asked to consider changing their terms following a complaint made by a group of fans to the Office of Fair Trading...
A law firm has raised over £800 for charity after two of its brightest stars put on their running shoes to raise money for two worthy causes... more
CCW member, Stephen Cotton, is grilled by the Edinburgh Evening News...
In good times or bad, humankind will still go forth an multiply - and maternity rights will continue to cause major headaches for business. more
In a land far, far away, the king's treasurer was tossing and turning in his sleep. He had a Budget to announce and was running short of ideas on how to raise more cash. more
You may remember Mel Gibson's gift in the movie What Women Want - with the power to hear everything women were thinking, he came up with a killer advertising campaign. more
Donna Reynolds comments in the Scottish Legal News. To see the full text of the article, click below. more
Gordon Hunter has recently joined CCW as a partner. Here is a selection of the press coverage of his appointment. more
We have all been feeling the cold this month, and the snow that brought parts of Britain to a standstill even threatened to deep freeze some football transfer deals in the English Premier League. more