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By Jacqueline Moore
The scale of the changes to immigration law caused by Brexit should not be underestimated.
By Jacqueline Moore
In a recent case involving a college (London St Andrews College v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2018] EWCA Civ 2496 read here)
By Jacqueline Moore
In October, for the first time since 2013, the MAC was commissioned by the Home Office to undertake a full review of the Shortage Occupation List with a view to reporting early next year.
By Kevin Clancy
In this webinar we will look at some of the interesting and significant court judgments to have been released over the last year, discussing both practical learning points ...
By Hamish Lean
Hamish Lean delivers this webinar providing participants with an understanding of different disputes that can arise in the rural sector, and how these may be avoided.
By Liz McRobb
The Victorians left us an incredible legacy of water and sewerage infrastructure across England and Wales but modern approaches to regulation have struggled to stimulate continued water company...
By Iain Drummond
This webinar focuses on limiting liability. It considers the different forms that limits on liability can take and the constraints on the use of such clauses.
By John Elder
Official figures show health accounted for 17.5% of identifiable public spending in Scotland in 2017/18, and that share is growing structurally ...
By Clare Foster
Many of the advancements in offshore wind, floating wind and tidal energy markets – from concept to commercial viability – were made in this country, and Scotland is now the envy of the world,
By John MacKenzie
Some saw this case as a multi billion pound representative action, seeking justice in the face of unwarranted use of personal data.
By James Bailey
WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps in the world. Among its many features, messages sent between the app's estimated 1.5 billion users ...
By John MacKenzie
In November 2018 Iceland announced that Clearcast had "banned" their Christmas ad which highlights the plight of Orangutans in their habitat as a result of deforestation to produce palm oil.
By Gordon Moir
The Fraser of Allander Report ‘Scotland in 2050: Realising our global potential', published in September 2018, assesses Scotland's current economic position and analyses the issues...
By John MacKenzie
Large scale copyright infringement has been a significant problem for many in the creative industries. Place your book, film or song online, and it is almost inevitable that it will be copied.
By Iain Drummond
The recent appeal case Grove Developments Ltd v S&T (UK) ("Grove") has triggered a lot of discussion on the impact of ‘smash and grab' adjudications. Here we consider the key points of the case...
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