Opinion

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David Gourlay David Gourlay explains the details of the Financial Conduct Authority's discussion paper on distributed ledger technology (DLT) (DP17/3) which closes for comment on 17 July 2017.

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Susan Snedden The recent dispute between BrewDog and the Lone Wolf pub highlights that businesses often become involved in disputes about intellectual property (IP) – such as trade marks, patents and designs, writes Susan Snedden.

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The Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) was introduced on April 1 2015 to replace Stamp Duty Land Tax in Scotland. It affects commercial leases in Scotland, which include agricultural tenancies, writes Hamish Lean (pictured). Any agricultural lease granted on or after April 1 2015 will be subj

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Ian Maxwell Ian Maxwell, of Families Need Fathers Scotland comments on a case FNF hopes will inform the coming debate on the review of family law and consideration of case management in family cases in Scottish courts.

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Peter Duff It’s difficult to know whether our leaders are reflecting society or are setting a path for their own self-interest, but it certainly appears that the fragmentation of society has picked up apace.

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Emma Boffey A ruling made last month by the Court of Session shows that betting does not always pay, even when the outcome you wagered on is realised, writes Emma Boffey.

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Jia Li Jia Li, innovation intelligence consultant and Ed White, vice president, analytics at CPA Global look at why there are so few patents for game mechanics and how video game developers can make them more patentable.

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