Working with SMEs and start-ups on their intellectual property (IP) strategy, I often find that clients can be concerned about the prospect of large corporations stealing and exploiting their ideas. With stories of significant patent disputes between tech giants regularly in the headlines, many ask … Read more about Funding IP litigation in Scotland
Gavin McEwan, partner and head of charities at Turcan Connell, writes about the changes charities will see after Brexit. Charity law and regulation are matters which have remained largely within the control of the UK and Scottish parliaments, with little interference from Europe. As a result, … Read more about Blog: What next for charities after Brexit?
The separate personality of the Scottish Limited Partnership and the impact for insolvency/restructuring assignments
What is a Scottish LP? In common with LPs registered in the rest of the UK, a Scottish LP is a partnership formed in accordance with the Limited Partnerships Act 1907. A Scottish LP: Must have at least one general partner, responsible for the management of the Scottish LP and liable for the … Read more about The separate personality of the Scottish Limited Partnership and the impact for insolvency/restructuring assignments