A father-of-two who claimed that his estranged wife had “wrongfully removed” their two children from Italy when she fled with them to Scotland following the breakdown of their “volatile” marriage has had an appeal to have them returned refused.
Court of Session Inner House 11 October 2019
Banker’s Court of Session damages appeal over failure of Court of Appeal to refer case to ECJ dismissed
A Singapore-based banker who raised an action for damages in Scotland following a refusal by the Court of Appeal in London to refer a question of EU law to the European Court of Justice, after his claim for unfair dismissal in the UK employment tribunal was rejected on the grounds that the tribunal lacked jurisdiction, has had an application for permission to appeal to the Court of Session dismissed.
Court of Session Inner House 4 July 2019
A solicitor who claimed that a series of complaints made against her should have been rejected as “totally without merit” or “vexatious” has successfully appealed against decisions by the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission to remit the claims to the Law Society of Scotland for investigation.
Court of Session Inner House 10 June 2019
A pursuer’s offer cannot be lodged and given effect to in the Inner House of the Court of Session, appeal judges have ruled.
Court of Session Inner House 21 December 2018
Court of Session Inner House 30 July 2018
Mother-of-two who left abusive Italian partner wins appeal against order to return children to Italy
A Polish mother-of-two who moved to Scotland with her children after leaving her allegedly abusive Italian partner has successfully appealed against a court ruling ordering her to return the two boys to Italy for the courts there to determine issues of residence and contact.
Court of Session Inner House 3 May 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 party litigant who argued that a solicitors’ firm instructed by the other party should be barred from acting because one of its consultants had previously represented her while working as a partner in a firm which merged with the opponent’s firm has her claim dismissed.
Court of Session Inner House 14 June 2017
A former member of the armed forces who claimed he was entitled to a larger discount on the purchase price of his council home than he was offered under “right to buy” legislation has had his appeal refused.
Court of Session Inner House 30 March 2017
A consumer whose legal dispute over the purchase and return of a laptop 18 years ago spawned a litigation which ended up in the UK Supreme Court has failed in a £600,000 action against the bank which he claimed “annihilated” his credit rating.
Court of Session Inner House 23 December 2016
in bribery, he was a “bad leaver” in terms of the Glasgow-based logistics company’s article of association and was entitled on disposal of his shares to be paid only whichever was the lesser of their fair value or their subscription or par value.
Court of Session Inner House 26 August 2016
A father who claimed that his daughter was “coached” to make false accusations that he sexually abused her has failed in his appeal against a sheriff’s decision to refuse his application for contact with his child.
Court of Session Inner House 18 July 2016
Pre-action requirements not designed to prevent mortgage lender recovering full debt, Inner House rules
A mortgage lender is entitled to serve calling-up notices to secure repossession and sale of a property where the creditor has considered possible alternative payment arrangements and it is clear that there is no prospect of the debtor being able to fulfil their financial obligations under the standard security.
Court of Session Inner House 8 September 2015
A company whose application for planning permission to develop a windfarm was refused has failed in an appeal against that decision.
Court of Session Inner House 18 May 2015
Two social workers who were found in contempt of court for failing to comply with a child contact order made by a sheriff have successfully appealed to have the decision quashed.
Court of Session Inner House 30 March 2015