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By Donna McKay
With the best summer weather we've seen in Scotland and the rest of the UK for years, you may be wishing you'd booked a staycation!
By Manus Quigg, Seonaid Cochrane
The recent case of Haberdashers' Aske's Federation Trust Ltd & Ors v Lakehouse Contracts Ltd & Ors [2018] EWHC 558 (TCC) has considered when a subcontractor can benefit from a project insurance policy.
By Louise Usher
Did you know it was possible in Scotland to receive advance notice of someone trying to raise certain court orders against you or your business, in the form of a caveat?
By Frank Doran
In May 2018, the FCA issued a consultation on a proposed new Guidance Paper to be issued in respect of the use of "variation" terms (terms that allow a variation of the contract terms...
By Hannah Frahm
While movement of people is a hot topic in withdrawal negotiations, it may come as a surprise that Brexit could also have an impact on the movement of your pets
By Niall McLean, Hannah Frahm
On 26 June 2018 the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill received Royal Assent. The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 provides a legal framework for the UK
By Samantha Millar
No. In City of York Council v Grosset, a disabled employee was dismissed for misconduct. The Court of Appeal found that there was discrimination arising from disability ...
By Scott Cochrane
In May this year the Scottish Government issued a consultation paper on the reform of child law in Scotland.
By Kate Donachie
In Grubb v Shannon, Sheriff Reid, sitting in Glasgow Sheriff Court, has issued a decision which follows recent Supreme Court authority extending the scope of vicarious liability in England & Wales.
By Frank Doran
The initial drafts of the Directive and accompanying Regulation on the cross border distribution of investment funds provoked a number of concerns particular in the context of the pre -marketing...
By Frank Doran
The FCA defined the markets in respect of which the investigation was to be undertaken in the following manner.
By Frank Doran
This is perhaps an industry which has been crying out for more effective regulation for some time.
By Chris Dun
The Housing (Amendment) (Scotland) Bill passed through Stage 3 (i.e. consideration by the whole Parliament) of the Scottish Parliament on 31 May 2018 by 114 votes to nil.
By Gill Grassie
It was a close call but following huge protests from a surprising mix of consumers, publishers and tech business lobbies the EU Parliament voted just yesterday to reject a hugely controversial...
By Nicola Kerr
The face of marriage in Scotland, England and Wales changed in 2014 with the introduction of same sex marriage.
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