Case archive



Undue influence absent in woman's transfer of property to daughter and her husband

A woman who disponed her property to her daughter and her husband was unable to have the disposition reduced on the ground of undue influence as the four-part test was not satisfied in the circumstances of the case.

Court of Session Outer House 26 June 2019

Lord Advocate entitled to claim legal advice privilege over emails with in-house lawyers on Rangers proceeds of crime case, judge rules 

Correspondence between a senior prosecutor and in-house lawyers at the Crown Office relating to proceeds of crime proceedings against a former administrator of Rangers Football Club “oldco” is protected by “legal advice privilege” and therefore exempt from disclosure, a judge has ruled. David Whitehouse, who is suing the Lord Advocate James Wolffe QC

Court of Session Outer House 13 May 2019

Mike Ashley loses legal bid to have SFA fine overturned

Rangers shareholder Mike Ashley has lost a legal bid to have a fine imposed on him reversed after a judge in the Court of Session ruled football’s governing body took the right decision.

Court of Session Outer House 13 June 2016