No evidence to show ‘dalek’ was dangerous - judge dismisses supermarket employee’s personal injury claim
A supermarket worker who fell off a “dalek” as she was hanging clothing on a rack has had an action for £14,000 damages dismissed by a judge in the Court of Session.
18 June 2015
Law student who alleged university failed to deliver proper standard of tuition fails in ‘breach of contract’ claim
A law student who refused to pay his tuition fees after alleging that the university at which he was studying failed to deliver the standard of education and service he expected has had a “breach of contract” claim dismissed.
Court of Session Inner House 17 June 2015
A racehorse trainer who was severely injured when a horse fell and landed on him during an exercise session has had an action for damages refused.
15 June 2015
A Scots lawyer who was jailed for embezzling thousands of pounds of clients’ money has been struck of the solicitors’ roll for professional misconduct.
11 June 2015
Transcript of Tommy Sheridan’s cross-examination of Andy Coulson ‘inadmissible’ at perjury trial due to ‘parliamentary privilege’
A transcript of a passage of Tommy Sheridan’s cross-examination of Andrew Coulson during the former MSP’s perjury trial was inadmissible in evidence at the trial of the ex-editor of the News of the World for allegedly making false statements under oath.
High Court of Justiciary 10 June 2015
A trainee greenkeeper who was jailed for 21 months after being convicted of assaulting a university student following an argument in a pub has successfully challenged the sentence imposed by a sheriff.
Appeal Court of the High Court of Justiciary 9 June 2015
Donald Trump’s appeal against a judge’s dismissal of his legal challenge to a decision to approve the development of a windfarm near his golf course in Aberdeen Bay has been refused.
8 June 2015
An adoption order granted by a court in Ethiopia is thought to be the first foreign adoption order to been recognised and registered at common law in Scotland.
Court of Session Inner House 5 June 2015
Defenders owed ‘duty of care’ to self-employed worker who was injured during pantomime set-up, judge rules
A self-employed stage production manager has been awarded damages of £10,000 after being injured in a fall while unloading the set for a Jack and the Beanstalk pantomime.
Court of Session Outer House 4 June 2015
Andrew Coulson, the former editor of the defunct tabloid the News of the World, has been acquitted of perjury by a judge at the High Court in Edinburgh.
3 June 2015
Sheriff refuses Lord Advocate’s application to extradite Slovakian man to serve sentence for ‘joy-riding’
A Slovakian man wanted by authorities in his home country to serve a prison sentence for a “joy-riding” offence which occurred more than a decade ago will not be extradited.
2 June 2015
, aim at expressing or improving physical fitness and mental well-being, forming social relationships or obtaining results in competition at all levels”.
1 June 2015
Motorist jailed for nine years for causing death by dangerous driving has sentence reduced on appeal
A motorist who was sentenced to nine years imprisonment after pleading guilty to causing death by dangerous driving has had his custodial term reduced on appeal.
High Court of Justiciary 28 May 2015
A former “sapper” who was sentenced to three years imprisonment after being convicted of drugs-related offences has had his custodial reduced on appeal.
High Court of Justiciary 27 May 2015
of those proceedings was a “wrongful retention” within the meaning of the Convention, on the basis that the children were “habitually resident” in France immediately before proceedings commenced.
26 May 2015