Case archive



CJEU: Torture victims eligible for subsidiary protection if facing intentional deprivation of health care

A person tortured in the past in their country of origin is eligible for subsidiary protection if th ...

24 April 2018

Father wins legal fight to prevent former partner taking daughter to live in Northern Cyprus

A father-of-one has successfully challenged an attempt by his former partner to remove their daughte ...

Court of Session Outer House — 24 April 2018

Asylum seeker who claimed tribunal judge’s questioning was ‘unfair and biased’ fails in bid for judicial review

An asylum seeker whose claim that he would face “mistreatment” due to his political opinion if r ...

Court of Session Outer House — 23 April 2018

HMRC succeeds in action to recover payment of ‘unlawful state aid’ granted to shale exploration company

The Crown has succeeded in an action to recover over £1 million worth of unlawful and incompatible ...

Court of Session Outer House — 20 April 2018

Whisky distillery fails in legal challenge over ‘unlawful’ wind farm development

The owners of a Speyside whisky distillery who claimed that the development of a new wind farm in Ba ...

Court of Session Outer House — 19 April 2018

AG Wathelet: EUIPO must re-examine Kit Kat 4 fingers trade mark

According to Advocate General Wathelet, EUIPO must re-examine whether the three-dimensional shape of ...

19 April 2018

Unrepresented father’s application to appeal adoption order refused after ‘default’ ruling

A father who was seeking to challenge a sheriff’s decision to make an adoption order in respect of ...

Court of Session Inner House — 18 April 2018

EEA national convicted of vandalism wins appeal against ‘disproportionate’ deportation order

An EEA national who was set to be removed from the UK after being convicted of vandalism has success ...

Court of Session Inner House — 17 April 2018

Motorist who challenged accident damages award over ‘dishonest claim’ loses appeal

A motorist who reversed his car into another vehicle but claimed that the other driver “exaggerate ...

Court of Session Inner House — 16 April 2018

Judges publish reasons for rejecting Rangers chairman’s appeal against court order to make £11m share offer

Appeal judges have published their reasons for rejecting a challenge by the chairman of Rangers Foot ...

Court of Session Inner House — 13 April 2018

Judge rejects motion to allow ‘time-barred’ damages claim for accident in 1965 to proceed

A man who claimed he was struck by a car when he was a primary school boy more than 50 years ago in ...

Court of Session Outer House — 12 April 2018

Energy company wins appeal in £130m damages claim against contractor over hydroelectric scheme tunnel collapse

An energy company which was seeking £130 million in damages from an engineering contractor followin ...

Court of Session Inner House — 11 April 2018

Housing association tenant’s appeal for ‘right to buy’ property dismissed

A housing association tenant whose application to purchase her home under “right to buy” legisla ...

Court of Session Inner House — 10 April 2018

Widow sues security company for damages over death of husband following assault by bouncer

A widow whose husband died after being choked by a pub bouncer has won a legal battle against insure ...

Court of Session Outer House — 9 April 2018

Conviction of man who posted image of swastika-adorned Himmler upheld by ECtHR

A man who was arrested and convicted of using symbols of unconstitutional organisations after he pos ...

6 April 2018