Blogs



Nicola Edgar: The strange case of Dr Bawa-Garba

Nicola Edgar Recently, the Court of Appeal ruled that Dr Bawa-Garba should be reinstated to the ...

Published 23 August 2018

Jacqueline Cook: Will Islands Act live up to lofty aims?

Jacqueline Cook Jacqueline Cook looks at recently passed legislation aiming to promote and prot ...

Published 21 August 2018

Gillian Rushbury: Defending the defendants

Gillian Rushbury A recent Supreme Court ruling in an English case offers highly persuasive guid ...

Published 20 August 2018

Scott Clair: Non-vested contingent interest clarified

Scott Clair Scott Clair comments on a recent Sheriff Appeal Court case that found the scope of ...

Published 20 August 2018

Blog: Don't be evil – Google fined record £3.8bn for abusing dominant position

David Flint and Rebecca Henderson On 18 July the EU Commission handed Google a record fine ...

Published 10 August 2018

Katrina Lumsdaine: Supreme Court decision may impact on directors and prescriptive periods in Scotland

Katrina Lumsdaine Scottish insolvency practitioners may be able to use a decision of the Suprem ...

Published 10 August 2018

Blog: French case clarifies 'consent' under GDPR

Val Surgenor Val Surgenor and Rebecca Henderson discuss a French case that will likely serve as ...

Published 7 August 2018

Alan Cook: Proposed rates reforms a boon to the commercial property sector

Alan Cook Scotland's commercial property sector stands to benefit from proposed reforms to busi ...

Published 3 August 2018

Blog: Feel secure in the Scottish courts

Julie Hamilton A Court of Session or Sheriff Court action can be raised for the sole purpose of ...

Published 2 August 2018

Notable British Trials series revived after 58 years

John Forsyth John Forsyth looks at the revival of the Notable British Trials series. The first ...

Published 1 August 2018

Blog: Compensation events - the final word?

David Arnott and Sara Lannigan The recent decision in ICI v Merit Merrell Technology  ...

Published 31 July 2018

Claire Scott: Philosophical investigations

Claire Scott A case involving the iconic luxury handbag designer Mulberry has looked ...

Published 27 July 2018

Kenny Scott: Loved and loathed – zero hour contracts

Kenny Scott A recent widely reported settled claim by a hospitality worker highlighted the cont ...

Published 26 July 2018

Neeraj Thomas: Can you spot a fake?

Neeraj Thomas “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” or so the saying goes. ...

Published 23 July 2018

Jenny Dickson: Prognosis for industrial diseases bill is uncertain

Jenny Dickson Jenny Dickson discusses the details of a bill that would give ministers the power ...

Published 17 July 2018