Sheriff upholds challenge to refusal of pop-up bar application by operators of Glasgow city centre bar
The operators of a popular Glasgow bar have successfully challenged a decision of the City of Glasgow Licensing Board not to grant them seven consecutively running occasional licences for a pop-up bar in Glasgow’s Merchant City.
Sheriff Court 22 October 2021
Dunoon man arrested for assault following petition for warrant refused suspension order by High Court
The Appeal Court of the High Court of Justiciary has refused to pass a Bill of Suspension seeking the suspension of a warrant authorising the arrest of a man charged by the police with assault to severe injury.
Court of Session Inner House 21 October 2021
A sheriff in Livingston Sheriff Court has found that a charge under Section 1 of the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2018 of engaging in a course of abusive behaviour against an accused’s ex-partner was able to be sufficiently corroborated by Crown evidence.
Sheriff Court 18 October 2021
Outer House finds Marks & Spencer not in contempt of court for limited re-opening following order to fully re-open Glasgow store
A judge in the Outer House of the Court of Session has ruled that the operators of a store in a shopping centre in Glasgow were in breach of a court order obliging them to keep the store open but that their actions were not in contempt of court.
Court of Session Outer House 19 October 2021
Purported assignee of standard security relying on redacted document ruled to have no title to enforce by Glasgow sheriff
A sheriff has ruled that the purported assignee of a standard security had no title to enforce it against the original granter and was in breach of court rules by not lodging an unredacted version of the assignation it founded upon with the court.
Sheriff Court 20 October 2021
A Sudanese man who made an asylum claim based on his alleged involvement in an anti-government movement has had his petition for judicial review of the decision to reject his claim refused by the Court of Session.
Court of Session Inner House 15 October 2021
Supreme Court dismisses appeal alleging UK government failed to provide effective remedies for enforcing workplace harassment claims
The UK Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by a woman who alleged that the UK government failed to properly implement two EU Directives on protection against workplace discrimination.
UK Supreme Court 14 October 2021
A former architect who was erased from the architect’s register for unprofessional conduct has been unsuccessful in his challenge of the decision to remove him in the Court of Session.
Court of Session Inner House 13 October 2021
Appeal judges uphold Order for Lifelong Restriction on Aberdeen man convicted of assaulting ex-partners
The Appeal Court of the High Court of Justiciary has upheld a judge’s decision to impose an Order for Lifelong Restriction against a 24-year-old Aberdeen man convicted of several offences against two former partners.
Appeal Court of the High Court of Justiciary 12 October 2021
The environmental group Greenpeace has lost its appeal in the Court of Session against decisions allowing two companies to create two new production wells in the Vorlich oil field in the North Sea.
Court of Session Inner House 11 October 2021
Certain provisions of bills passed by the Scottish Parliament are outside its legislative competence, the Supreme Court has ruled.
UK Supreme Court 6 October 2021
The UK Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by a Vietnamese asylum seeker challenging a decision of an immigration tribunal under fast-track procedure rules that were found to be structurally unfair to refuse her application.
UK Supreme Court 1 October 2021
A judge in the Outer House of the Court of Session has found that the owner of a farm in Fife was not liable for injuries inflicted on a teenage stable hand by a racehorse that was stabled there.
Court of Session Outer House 30 September 2021
Housing tribunal awards £2,400 to former tenants of landlord who sold property after claiming he wanted to live in it
The First-tier Tribunal for Scotland Housing and Property Chamber has ordered a Glasgow landlord to pay £2,400 to his former tenants after they applied to the tribunal for a Wrongful Termination Order.
First-tier Tribunal for Scotland 29 September 2021
English IP court finds no trade mark infringement in dispute between “archangel” holistic therapists
The English Intellectual Property Enterprise Court has rejected a claim for trade mark infringement by a self-described “spiritual and holistic therapist” who claimed that another holistic therapist had been using her mark to market online courses and upheld a counterclaim of passing off.
Intellectual Property Enterprise Court 28 September 2021