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Balfour+Manson appoints family law partner in Aberdeen

Anne McTaggart Aberdeen firm Balfour+Manson has strengthened its team in north-east Scotland wi ...

Published 14 May 2018

Holyrood committee backs prisoner voting rights

Christina McKelvie All Scottish prisoners should have the right to vote, the Scottish Parliamen ...

Published 14 May 2018

Marks & Clerk to move to larger Edinburgh premises

Edinburgh-based IP practice Marks & Clerk has announced plans to relocate to larger premises i ...

Published 14 May 2018

Dickson Minto promotes Catherine Christie to partner

Catherine Christie Dickson Minto has announced the appointment of Catherine Christie as a partn ...

Published 14 May 2018

UK government apologies for role in Libyan rendition

Theresa May The UK government has apologised for its role in a Libyan dissident's 2004 abductio ...

Published 11 May 2018

Leave.EU fined £70k for breaching law during 2016 referendum

Liz Bilney The Electoral Commission has slapped campaign group Leave.EU with a £70,000 fi ...

Published 11 May 2018

Aberdein Considine: Most family firms would surrender control for growth

Ritchie Whyte New research by Aberdein Considine has revealed that the vast majority of family ...

Published 11 May 2018

Licensing lawyer cautions Scottish ministers over Safe Home campaign

Stephen McGowan Stephen McGowan, head of licensing at TLT Solicitors, has warned the Scottish g ...

Published 11 May 2018

Woman’s appeal against ‘undefended’ divorce competent but refused

A woman who was seeking to challenge a sheriff’s decision to grant her husband a decree of div ...

Published 11 May 2018

In pictures... Thorntons gives funding boost to bike competitors

Thorntons Solicitors has granted a funding boost to downhill biking competitors from Leslie Bike S ...

Published 10 May 2018

And finally... snapped up

Border guards at Heathrow Airport seized an illegal shipment of 50 live crocodiles being smuggled to ...

Published 10 May 2018

Brodies: Brexit could create obstacles for Scottish football

Paul McMahon Brexit could make it harder to bring international talent into Scottish football, ...

Published 10 May 2018

Police watchdog recommends call handling improvements as dead man's family plan to sue

Kate Frame The Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (PIRC) has made recommendations to ...

Published 10 May 2018

Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace appointments boost property & financial services

Pictured (l-r): Sarah-Louise Hay and David Smith Aberdeen and north-east legal firm Raeburn Chr ...

Published 10 May 2018

MPs reject bid to resurrect 'Leveson 2'

Brendan O'Hara Proposals to revive plans for another public inquiry into the conduct of the pre ...

Published 10 May 2018