Blog: Assuming responsibility – Steel v NRAM Limited

Andrew Foyle reflects on how a recent Supreme Court judgment affects professional negligence in Scotland

Published 9 March 2018

Blog: 'Smash and Grab' adjudications - too good to be ‘true’?

Ross Cameron looks at whether a recent English case could curb "smash and grab" adjudications.

Published 9 March 2018

Blog: Red alert! Louboutin struggles to put best foot forward

David Flint and Rebecca Henderson look at a recent case on trademarking colours.

Published 5 March 2018

Blog: HSE enforcement – more notices and more appeals?

Kevin Clancy discusses the possible implications of a recent Supreme Court judgment on prohibition notices.

Published 28 February 2018

Blog: Beware of ransom strips

Kirstin Nee explains the importance of identifying ransom strips.

Published 21 February 2018

Blog: Test case needed to shine light on tribunal grey area

Margaret Anne Clark discusses the ways in which HM Courts & Tribunals Service could deal with legacy employment claims following the abolition of fees last year.

Published 19 February 2018

Blog: Recovering VAT on undefended expenses

David Alexander comments on a recent case on the recoverability (or otherwise) of VAT on expenses from the unsuccessful party.

Published 19 February 2018

Blog: Taxing problems in Edinburgh's property market

Martin Campbell looks at whether tax measures have had their intended effect in Edinburgh.

Published 13 February 2018

Blog: Trade Bill 2017 – 2019

Jennifer White outlines the provisions of proposed trade legislation.

Published 12 February 2018

Blog: Modern succession planning

Published 6 February 2018

Blog: Should Scotland have a Mediation Act? The Irish experience

Solicitor and commercial mediator Paul Kirkwood asks whether Scotland should follow Ireland in introducing mediation legislation.

Published 5 February 2018

Blog: Time for schools to treat parents equally

Families Need Fathers Scotland suggests some schools' treatment of non-resident parents falls foul of equality laws.

Published 2 February 2018

Blog: Has the CMA lost its merger control?

David Flint and Rebecca Ferguson look at how the CMA's approach to mergers in the grocery market is changing.

Published 31 January 2018

Blog: Should the LGBT community be required to bear the burden of Brexit?

Barrister Jonathan Cooper OBE of Doughty Street Chambers looks at the protections guaranteed by the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights and the consequences of its loss, especially for the LGBT community.

Published 30 January 2018