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FOBT stake announcement 'torpedoes' Scotland Act

Stephen McGowan The UK government's announcement that it will introduce a maximum stake for Fix ...

Published 22 May 2018

Scottish Land Commission: Land access a critical barrier for new entrants

Bob McIntosh Land access is a critical barrier for new entrants to agriculture in Scotland ...

Published 16 May 2018

Celtic fan loses human rights challenge to ‘offensive behaviour at football’ law

A Celtic supporter accused of breaching “offensive behaviour at football” legislation by ...

Published 16 May 2018

Stalker successfully appeals against ‘excessive’ custodial sentence

A stalker who was sentenced to 21 months’ imprisonment for acting in a “bullying, offens ...

Published 15 May 2018

Licensing lawyer cautions Scottish ministers over Safe Home campaign

Stephen McGowan Stephen McGowan, head of licensing at TLT Solicitors, has warned the Scottish g ...

Published 11 May 2018

TLT's Stephen McGowan appointed president of The BEN

Stephen McGowan (left) with former president Andrew Lawrence, sales and operations director for Scot ...

Published 27 April 2018

Scotland's potential as a base for debt recovery litigation highlighted

Andrew Foyle Andrew Foyle, a solicitor advocate and litigation partner in the Edinburgh office of S ...

Published 23 April 2018

Spring has sprung at CLT Paralegal!

It seems like it’s been a mad few weeks, with crazy snow, holidays and finally some sunshine in ou ...

Published 18 April 2018

New law firm launches in Aberdeen

Charles Sandison A new law firm, Sandison Kennedy, has been launched in Aberdeen by Charles Sandis ...

Published 12 April 2018

Partnership changes at Aberdeen firm James & George Collie

Pictured (L-R): Mark Allan, Richard Shepherd and Tony Dawson Aberdeen firm James & Georg ...

Published 9 April 2018

And finally... caveat venditor

A police operation in which actors pretended to be drunk and tried to buy alcohol from pubs and cl ...

Published 5 April 2018

Scottish government launches consultation on alcohol licence regime

The Scottish government has launched a consultation on changed needed to the rules on alcohol licenc ...

Published 14 March 2018

Cinema wins appeal against board’s decision over alcohol licence

A licensing board’s decision to refuse an application to allow adult cinema-goers to take alcoholi ...

Published 6 March 2018

Man found guilty of domestic abuse despite partner denying assault loses appeal against conviction

A man found guilty of domestic abuse offences despite his former partner denying that she had been a ...

Published 21 February 2018

Greens table legislative options to tackle short term lets

Andy Wightman The introduction of a licensing scheme for homeowners who want to rent out their pr ...

Published 12 February 2018