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Morisons appoints new associateClaire Reid

Published 15 January 2015

Views of those affected by trafficking and slavery invited by justice committee

The views of people directly affected by trafficking and slavery are invited by the Scottish parliam ...

Published 15 January 2015

SCCRC to review conviction of man who murdered co-worker

A convicted murderer who is serving an 18 year prison sentence for the killing of a former lover wil ...

Published 15 January 2015

Sheriff excoriates prosecutors over disability prejudice charge

A sheriff has criticised prosecutors after he threw out a case in which a care worker allegedly spik ...

Published 15 January 2015

Carol Fox wins interest rate battle in equal pay dispute for women workers

Following years of legal squabbling, thousands of women are closer to receiving a payout for equal p ...

Published 15 January 2015

Chef who claimed he was injured at work fails in damages claim

A chef who was injured when a wardrobe pole fell on him while he was staying in a lodge pro ...

Published 15 January 2015

New partner appointments bolster Shepherd and Wedderburn’s international reach

Jane Wessel Shepherd and Wedderburn has announced its hire of two international arbitration lawyers ...

Published 14 January 2015

Renewables and commercial property specialist joins Brodies’ real estate department

Kirsty Macpherson Onshore renewables and commercial property specialist Kirsty Macpherson is to ...

Published 14 January 2015

Sky wins pay out against Glasgow bar for illegal showing of Sky Sports

Judges in the Court of Session have ruled that a bar in Glasgow must pay over £73,000 in damages, f ...

Published 14 January 2015

Brandon Malone joins LCILP as expert in international arbitration and dispute resolution

Brandon Malone (pictured) has been appointed to the London Centre of International Law Practice Pan ...

Published 14 January 2015

Prison monitoring reforms approved

A new system to improve the way in which prisons are monitored in Scotland will be introduced after ...

Published 14 January 2015

Doctors call for ‘conscience clause’ to be included in assisted suicide bill

Scottish doctors have called for a “conscience clause” to be included in new assisted suicide la ...

Published 14 January 2015

Ending automatic early release is ‘without merit’ academic tells MSPs

Ending the automatic early release of prisoners in Scotland has “no merit” and will leave high-r ...

Published 14 January 2015

Anderson Strathern marks the New Year by announcing a growth in profits

Anderson Strathern has marked the start of 2015 by reporting a turnover of £21.5 million and a 12 p ...

Published 14 January 2015

Inner House issues ruling in dispute over land occupied by non-owner

The Inner House of the Court of Session has published a judgment in a case which raised the issu ...

Published 14 January 2015