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Latest Legal News

Latest Legal News

The Changing Ownership of Oil and Gas Infrastructure

The UK’s offshore pipelines and terminals were constructed to export production from the owners’ own oil & gas fields. Although tariff income was generated as third party owned fields were tied-back, that income was small relative to the revenue from the infrastructure owners’ own production. The field owners retained ownership of the infrastructure so that they could control the export route for their existing fields and for discoveries and prospects they may wish to develop in the future.

However, things are changing for three reasons.

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Property Law: An Evolving Landscape

Colin Brown

Scottish Property law is moving. Fast.

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LChalmers

Is It Discriminatory To Suspend Childcare Vouchers During Maternity Leave?

Rachel McKay

Is It Discriminatory To Suspend Childcare Vouchers During Maternity Leave?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal answered this question last week when it issued its judgment in Peninsula Business Services Ltd v Donaldson.

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LChalmers