By Gill Grassie
Buildings and property developments increasingly have unique personalities and commonly are given a quirky name or title as part of their address.
By Scott Cochrane
There is a growing trend for people in their 40's and 50's to seek a pre-nup before they marry.
By Alan Eccles
There are a number of new regulatory issues for charities to consider now irrespective of what happens on Brexit.
By Keith Patterson
The early wind farms in the UK came into operation in the mid/late 1990s.
There are tens of thousands of unincorporated associations in Scotland including clubs and non-profit-making associations.
A licensing decision by Westminster City Council to allow boxing and wrestling in the Albert Hall was recently successfully challenged in judicial review proceedings in the English High Court.
This recent case provides helpful guidance as to what is required of an exclusive distributor whose agreement requires him to "use all reasonable endeavours" to promote and sell his supplier's products in the territory.
Professional footballers in both Scotland and England hit the headlines for all sorts of reasons; sometimes good, sometimes bad.
The Family Law (Scotland) Act 2006 saw family law in Scotland being modernised in several ways, one of the most notable being the recognition of cohabitants rights following the termination of the relationship.
In this tough economic climate when our children are finding it hard to put their foot on the property ladder for the first time, it may be tempting to consider helping them out.
Having been trailed for over 2 years, the CRC (Carbon Reduction Commitment) Energy Efficiency Scheme, the new "cap and trade" emissions trading scheme, is now here.
A new Consumer Code for Home Builders which was introduced on 1 April applies to reservations of new or newly converted homes on or after this day.
In the last of our public law team's Election Specials we look beyond today's General Election to consider what's on the table in terms of electoral reform.
As discussed in our last e-bulletin, employers at present can choose to compulsorily retire employees once they reach 'normal retirement age' provided a specific retirement procedure is followed.
The recent English case of Agbaje is a reminder of the remedies available to former wives, whose husbands have sought divorce abroad, if the divorce causes a real financial hardship and serious injustice to the former wife.