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How do you protect your business from the departure of higher value employees?

How do you protect your business from the departure of higher value employees?

5 January, 2017 by Gilson Gray in Blog
The actions of the French Rugby Union club, Racing 92 to “initiate several legal proceedings aimed at enforcing its rights and redressing the harm done to the club” by Johan Goosen, one of their high profile players may seem to be closing the stable door after the horse has bolted, but how do ... read more...
“I’VE GOT THE POWER!”

“I’VE GOT THE POWER!”

21 December, 2016 by Gilson Gray in Blog
What has that got to do with me I hear you ask? Surely that’s only for people who are elderly or suffering from dementia? Having a Power of Attorney (PoA) affords you protection against life’s uncertainties and allows you to appoint an attorney to look after your best interests during your ... read more...
Best wishes for the festive season

Best wishes for the festive season

20 December, 2016 by Gilson Gray in Blog
On behalf of all at Gilson Gray, please accept our best wishes for the festive season and New Year. 2016 has been an exciting year for Gilson Gray and our clients. Despite the distraction of Brexit and continued talk of further Scottish Referendums, many of our clients continue to flourish ... read more...
Top tips for selling your home this winter

Top tips for selling your home this winter

22 November, 2016 by Gilson Gray in Blog
During the winter, when the days are shorter, the house market is renowned for being quieter, as many sellers postpone putting their house on the market until the spring. However, this doesn’t mean buyers stop searching, so sellers should do everything they can to market their property in the ... read more...
The High Court’s decision on the Brexit Case (3 November 2016)

The High Court’s decision on the Brexit Case (3 November 2016)

4 November, 2016 by Gilson Gray in Blog
The Government has lost its High Court battle to trigger Article 50 and commence the process of leaving the European Union under its prerogative powers. In this blog, we explain what happened, why and what we can expect to happen next.   What happened? A group of campaigners went to the ... read more...
Remember Remember… The 1st of November

Remember Remember… The 1st of November

4 November, 2016 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Succession (Scotland) Act 2016 With Bonfire Night approaching, many people are familiar with the old saying – “remember remember the 5th of November…”. However, it is the 1st of November 2016 which marks a historic day for Scots law – the implementation of the Succession (Scotland) Act 2016. ... read more...
“Where there’s a will, there’s a way”

“Where there’s a will, there’s a way”

3 October, 2016 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Will I or won’t I? I can afford my daily cappuccino made with rare Guatemalan beans and even that new pair of shoes, but I can’t afford to make a Will, surely? Besides, everything will go to my partner anyway, right? Wrong. A recent Daily Mail article indicated that 60% of people in the UK […] read more...
Bribery – The price to pay?

Bribery – The price to pay?

29 September, 2016 by Gilson Gray in Blog
Whilst Sam Allardyce may have lost his job and damaged his reputation with his recent admissions, is bribery and corruption restricted to the lucrative world of sport, or should employers be concerned about the impact of bribery and corruption within their business? Whilst most employers would ... read more...
Is there a best time to sell your home?

Is there a best time to sell your home?

1 September, 2016 by Gilson Gray in Blog
It is always a good time to start marketing your home for sale if you are prepared financially but if you are looking for some guiding lights in terms of market demands then you could make a few considerations. Traditionally when it comes to selling your home, there are seasonal peaks and ... read more...
An interesting thought.. 1.4 billion bricks needed to fix UK housing market

An interesting thought.. 1.4 billion bricks needed to fix UK housing market

25 August, 2016 by Gilson Gray in Blog
1.4 BILLION BRICKS NEEDED TO FIX UK HOUSING MARKET • The UK bricks shortage is a significant factor in rising house prices • Shortage of bricks cannot meet growing demand to plug 264,000 housing deficit • Brexit expected to worsen the issue – and with all the willingness to build, without more ... read more...