Blogs



Blog: How can we achieve cultural change within the banking sector?

Cat MacLean Cat MacLean writes about barriers to justice and other difficulties in litigating again ...

Published 27 May 2016

Blog: The Enterprise Act 2016

Michelle Sutherland writes about the recently introduced Enterprise Act 2016.The Enterprise Act 2 ...

Published 27 May 2016

Blog: Head over heels

Kerry Norval Kerry Norval writes about the recent controversy surrounding a woman who was sent hom ...

Published 24 May 2016

GRG claim against RBS: company succeeds in the first round of bad faith argument

Liina Tulk At the moment there is no shortage of claims against banks. It seems that every other ...

Published 16 May 2016

Blog: Top tips for legal firms – 7 merger pitfalls to avoid

Greig Rowand With further consolidation on the horizon, Greig Rowand provides tips for law firms ...

Published 13 May 2016

Blog: A word of warning for solicitors seeking to appoint themselves as guardians

Cameron Shaw A recent decision by Sheriff Peter Braid in Edinburgh, in the case of Summary Applica ...

Published 12 May 2016

Blog: A partnership of equals? The government’s new anti-money laundering action plan

Ray Gribben Ray Gribben examines the government's proposals for tackling money laundering in the w ...

Published 10 May 2016

Blog: Crofting Law and the new Scottish government

Brian Inkster Brian Inkster discusses the implications of Holyrood's new make-up for crofting law, ...

Published 9 May 2016

Blog: The additional dwelling supplement

Lindsay Darroch Lindsay Darroch explains his reservations about the ADS. As promised, I thought t ...

Published 27 April 2016

Blog: You know nothing Jon Snow (...about change management)

Simon Allison As Game of Thrones Simon returns to our screens this weekend Simon Allison reflects ...

Published 22 April 2016

Blog: Pull a sickie at your peril

Anthony Fincham Anthony Fincham and Anthony Hollands discuss how taking sick leave when well m ...

Published 19 April 2016

Blog: Child abuction cases are complex and harrowing

Marisa Cullen Court proceedings can be speedy but jurisdictional issues can be awkward, writes Mar ...

Published 18 April 2016

Blog: Target the real needs of policing

Kath Murray Scrapping the SNP's 1,000 extra officers policy will open the way for properly resourci ...

Published 8 April 2016

Blog: Preventing people sleeping rough on the streets of Glasgow

Lorna Walker (pictured on left), senior solicitor at Govan Law Centre's Prevention of Homelessness ...

Published 7 April 2016

Blog: Drones - Hindrance or help? Getting the legal balance right

James McMillan Remotely Piloted Air Systems – also known as drones – have been the subject of m ...

Published 6 April 2016