New associates at Balfour and Manson

The Edinburgh office of Balfour and Manson has added two new associates – one each to its employment and commercial property teams.

Published 14 September 2021

Legal action planned as NHS closes doors to new patients at East Lothian hospital

Supporters of a small East Lothian hospital that is closing its doors to new patients have instructed Balfour and Manson's Elaine Motion to consider legal action against the NHS.

Published 10 September 2021

Carolyn Jackson: As good as one’s word

Carolyn Jackson looks at how the courts have dealt with medical evidence for which there is no record.

Published 23 August 2021

Balfour and Manson retains trainees

Balfour and Manson has retained of its second-year trainee solicitors who qualify this week.

Published 12 August 2021

Alastair Milne retires from Balfour and Manson

Balfour and Manson partner Alastair Milne retires today after almost 35 years in the legal profession.

Published 25 June 2021

Katie Albiston joins Balfour and Manson in Aberdeen

Balfour and Manson has bolstered its family law team in Aberdeen with the appointment of Katie Albiston from Taggart Meil Mathers.

Published 10 June 2021

Scottish government loses court challenge over ‘draconian’ limits on worship

The Scottish government has lost a high-profile court challenge against its Covid-19 regulations closing all churches for congregational worship and private prayer.

Published 24 March 2021

Michaela Guthrie promoted to senior associate at Balfour and Manson

Michaela Guthrie has been made a senior associate at Balfour and Manson.

Published 1 February 2021

James Hyams promoted to associate at Balfour and Manson

Balfour and Manson has appointed James Hyams as an associate.

Published 7 January 2021

New partner appointments at Balfour and Manson

Balfour and Manson has promoted two of its associate solicitors to partner, effective from the beginning of the new year.

Published 16 December 2020

Crofting Commission wins appeal court ruling preventing tenant crofters erecting wind turbines

The Inner House at the Court of Session has upheld a decision made by the Crofting Commission denying crofters permission to erect land-based wind turbines on the grounds that the result would be "detrimental to the interests of the land owners".

Published 14 September 2020

Linda Walker: The risks of mixing business and pleasure

Linda Walker looks at the risks of mixing business and pleasure in the family home.

Published 10 September 2020

Recent court ruling ‘highly significant’ for Scotland’s foster carers

A fostering couple have won a legal battle against a local authority over employment rights in a legal decision that will be "highly significant" for Scotland's other 4,000 foster carers.

Published 31 August 2020

Webinar: Navigating your business out of COVID-19

A webinar from Balfour and Manson on 30 July will look at the biggest challenges faced by small businesses as they try to get back on their feet in the midst of the pandemic.

Published 23 July 2020

Scott Clair: Scots law of defamation and putting a kilt on Rebekah Vardy

The WAG wars continue as Rebekah Vardy files an action for defamation in the High Court of England & Wales against Colleen Rooney, but how would her action fare in Scotland? Scott Clair tells all.

Published 26 June 2020