Vietnamese man who claimed he was human trafficking victim wins permission to appeal refusal of asylum application
A Vietnamese asylum-seeker who claimed he was the victim of human trafficking and was a practising Catholic has successfully challenged a decision to refuse permission to appeal against a decision to reject his application.
Court of Session Outer House 7 November 2019
Death by driving motorist’s damages claim against GP over prescription drugs ‘which caused black-out’ dismissed
A motorist found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving who claimed that he “blacked out” behind the wheel as a result of medications he was prescribed has had a damages action against his GP dismissed.
Court of Session Outer House 26 March 2019
Three litigants who claimed that the introduction of a permission stage in judicial review procedure in Scotland was “incompatible” with human rights law because it meant that cases could be dismissed without an oral hearing have had their legal challenges dismissed.
Court of Session Outer House 8 March 2019
An environmental campaigner who was seeking to challenge decisions of the UK and Scottish governments not to hold a public inquiry into undercover policing activities in Scotland following the so-called “spy-cops” scandal has had her application for judicial review dismissed.
Court of Session Outer House 22 November 2018
Legal first as family of mesothelioma victim awarded £250,000 damages over death from ‘secondary exposure’ to asbestos
Court of Session Outer House 26 July 2018
Tommy Sheridan has had a legal challenge against a decision by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) to refuse to refer his conviction for perjury to the High Court of Justiciary dismissed.
Court of Session Outer House 22 June 2018