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Latest Legal News

Latest Legal News

Glasgow City Centre Regeneration - Beyond The Commonwealth Games

Steven McKinlay

So, not long now until the Commonwealth Games.  The Games promise to put Glasgow under the international spotlight, providing excellent profile for the city and a huge benefit to the local economy.  Not to mention the feel-good factor that they will generate.

Will Usain Bolt be participating in the Games?  Which events will Mo Farah compete in?  Will the sun come out to play?  Very pertinent questions indeed.  But Glasgow will be judged not just on the quality of the spectacle itself, but on that word...

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Service Addresses – Keeping Your Details Up To Date

Gary Gray

A recent court case has highlighted the importance of directors being careful about the service addresses they use.

From 1 October 2009, directors and company secretaries have had the ability to protect their residential address details from being disclosed by Companies House by recording a service address on the public record.  Valid service of any document (including documents unconnected to their directorship) can be effected on directors at any address for service they have included in a register of directors.

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Aberdeen - Its Future As A Global Oil And Gas Player

In Houston yesterday, the P&J's editor, Damian Bates, and I chaired what we hope will be the first in a regular series of breakfast debates.

The topic was "Aberdeen - Its Future as a Global Oil and Gas Player"

The participants in the discussion included Fergus Ewing MSP - the Minister for Energy, Barney Crockett - Leader of Aberdeen City Council, Gordon McIntosh - its Director of Enterprise, and David Rennie - Scottish Enterprise's International Sector Head for Oil and Gas.

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