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Root out the Rogue Bosses – ACQ5

15 May, 2015 by Gilson Gray in News
Click here to read published article Punitive action should intensify against rogue company bosses who continue to flaunt the law and leave behind a trail of misery for employees and other firms, according to one of Scotland’s leading insolvency experts. The view of Solicitor Advocate Steven ... read more...

Gilson Gray Shines The Light For Supersized Solar Farm

1 May, 2015 by Gilson Gray in News
Innovative Scottish legal firm Gilson Gray LLP has been praised for playing a crucial role in the creation of the largest solar farm in the UK. Gilson Gray, Scotland’s largest new full service law firm, advised Scottow Moor Solar on the necessary rights and the initial financing for the ... read more...

Gilson Gray helps Scottow Shine – RE NEWS

28 April, 2015 by Gilson Gray in News
CLICK HERE to read published article The work of Scottish legal firm Gilson Gray has been cited as crucial in the development of the 50MW Scottow Moor solar project at the former RAF Coltishall in Norfolk. Gilson Gray advised Scottow Moor Solar on the necessary rights and the initial financing ... read more...
Small suppliers must act smart

Small suppliers must act smart

14 April, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
When size matters, empathy most often lies with the ‘lesser’ player, writes Steven Jansch Suppliers must act smart when it comes to dealing with big players. A damaging disparity in bargaining power was suggested this year, when suppliers to drinks giant Diageo were told in no uncertain terms ... read more...
No double faults when tax planning for couples

No double faults when tax planning for couples

10 April, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
While I doubt Andy Murray and Kim Sears will give much thought to tax implications of their marriage when they tie the knot tomorrow and while they unlikely to benefit from the new tax allowance available for spouses and civil partners, their union provides an opportunity to re-examine what, if ... read more...

Legal Firm Wins Four Industry Recognised Awards before First Anniversary

10 April, 2015 by Gilson Gray in News
A Scottish legal firm has four extra reasons to celebrate its upcoming first anniversary, after picking up a quartet of honours at the prestigious Scottish ACQ Law Awards 2014/15. Remarkably, significant market newcomer Gilson Gray scooped both the ‘Leading Customer Service Law Firm of the ... read more...
Happy New Tax Year

Happy New Tax Year

7 April, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
With the arrival of the new tax year comes the arrival of a new service for clients of Gilson Gray as our Private Client department embarks on the provision of tax compliance services. We provide a wide variety of tax compliance services which can be tailored to your own specific requirements ... read more...
Onsite at Europe’s fastest solar farm deployment

Onsite at Europe’s fastest solar farm deployment

1 April, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Our client, Scottow Moor Solar Limited, has just connected one of the UK’s largest solar projects. We were privileged to be invited to see the final stages of construction at the site by the project’s driving force, shareholder and director, David Fyffe. The scale of the solar power development ... read more...
Inheritance Tax – Deeds of Variation under the Microscope

Inheritance Tax – Deeds of Variation under the Microscope

20 March, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
While the hotly tipped abolition of IHT on the majority of family homes didn’t make the budget speech the promise to scrutinise the use of legal loopholes that help people avoid inheritance tax (“IHT”) did. Chancellor George Osborne continued his attack on those actively avoiding paying tax and ... read more...
Tax Returns no more..

Tax Returns no more..

19 March, 2015 by Gilson Gray in Blog
In his last budget before the General Election, Chancellor George Osborne raised some interesting points yesterday. As someone delivering tax compliance services to clients the headline grabbing statement “Annual Tax Returns to be abolished” proved to be of particular interest to me. It appears ... read more...