The manufacturers of a prescription drug for people with arthritis which it is alleged caused those who took the medication to suffer heart attacks and strokes have failed in an appeal against a judge’s decision to allow the cases to proceed to proof.
Court of Session Inner House — 25 April 2018
A father who was seeking to challenge a sheriff’s decision to make an adoption order in respect of his child with no post-adoption contact but then failed lodge the necessary appeal documents has had an application for permission to appeal to the Court of Session dismissed.
Court of Session Inner House — 18 April 2018
An EEA national who was set to be removed from the UK after being convicted of vandalism has successfully appealed against the deportation order.
Court of Session Inner House — 17 April 2018
A motorist who reversed his car into another vehicle but claimed that the other driver “exaggerated” his injuries for “financial gain” has had an appeal against a decision ordering him to pay damages dismissed.
Court of Session Inner House — 16 April 2018
Judges publish reasons for rejecting Rangers chairman’s appeal against court order to make £11m share offer
Appeal judges have published their reasons for rejecting a challenge by the chairman of Rangers Football Club to a court order requiring him to make an offer for all the issued ordinary share capital of Rangers International Football Club Plc not already controlled by him.
Court of Session Inner House — 13 April 2018
Energy company wins appeal in £130m damages claim against contractor over hydroelectric scheme tunnel collapse
An energy company which was seeking £130 million in damages from an engineering contractor following the collapse of a tunnel at a Fort Augustus hydro-electric scheme nearly a decade ago has won an appeal.
Court of Session Inner House — 11 April 2018
A housing association tenant whose application to purchase her home under “right to buy” legislation was refused has had her appeal against the decision dismissed.
Court of Session Inner House — 10 April 2018
Appeal Court dismisses council’s damages claim against architects over failed social housing development
A Scottish local authority which raised an action for £12 million in damages over the loss of a social housing development claiming that a firm of architects appointed as lead consultant had “assumed responsibility” for the other contractors’ negligence has had its claim dismissed following an appeal.
Court of Session Inner House — 28 March 2018
The owners of a Scottish estate who were seeking to challenge a decision to the effect that they had breached “the right to roam” by locking three gated entrances to the land and by erecting a sign warning of wild boar have had their appeal dismissed.
Court of Session Inner House — 27 March 2018
A Scottish local authority which failed to provide an adequate plan to support an autistic child’s return to secondary school breached its duty not to discriminate on the grounds of disability.
Court of Session Inner House — 26 March 2018
A petition seeking judicial review of the United Kingdom Government’s “position” on the revocability of a notice of intention to withdraw from the European Union in terms of Article 50.2 of the Treaty on European Union has been granted permission to proceed following an appeal.
Court of Session Inner House — 20 March 2018
A father and daughter who were seeking leave to appeal a tribunal decision but failed to turn up to court because they got the date of the hearing wrong have had their application dismissed.
Court of Session Inner House — 13 March 2018
A former client of a legal firm whose application for leave to appeal a decision that her complaint against the lawyers was time-barred has had a challenge to the expenses awarded against her rejected.
Court of Session Inner House — 5 March 2018
A man acting under a power of attorney who challenged the lawfulness of a Scottish local authority’s decisions relating to the provision of community care services to his elderly mother has had his appeal refused.
Court of Session Inner House — 26 January 2018
A Cameroonian woman who claimed she would be subject to forced marriage and female genital mutilation if she were returned to Cameroon has been granted permission to appeal in her bid for asylum.
Court of Session Inner House — 22 January 2018