Blogs



Blog: Please sir, can we have some more (information)?

The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has fined (for the first time ever) a merging party f ...

Published 16 January 2018

Blog: Future surrogacy costs awarded to victim of medical negligence

Beverley Addison Beverley Addison comments on a recent personal injury case which included an aw ...

Published 15 January 2018

Blog: Top construction contract tips

Craig Bradshaw Craig Bradshaw gives his top 10 tips for reviewing design responsibility in constru ...

Published 11 January 2018

Blog: Removal of rates relief creates inconsistency in the charity sector

Gavin McEwan The Scottish government’s decision to remove business rates relief from independen ...

Published 5 January 2018

Blog: Perceived disability and unlawful treatment - be careful

David Hoey David Hoey looks at a case reminding us of the Equality Act's ambit. In terms of th ...

Published 4 January 2018

Blog: The year in employment law

Jamie Meechan There can be little doubt that Brexit, Donald Trump and Love Island stole the headlin ...

Published 22 December 2017

Blog: The role of a court reporter in a liquidation

Leon Breakey (pictured right) and Graham Horn look at recently issued shrieval guidance on the role ...

Published 14 December 2017

Blog: Time to review your restrictive covenants?

Hazel Coutts Hazel Coutts looks at a case in which the Court of Session refused a motion for interi ...

Published 13 December 2017

Blog: Freedom of information net closing on housing associations

Paul Motion Paul Motion and Muneeb Gill discuss the looming extension of the FOI regime to housi ...

Published 12 December 2017

Blog: Will no-fault divorce take root south of the border?

Sally Nash Sally Nash contrasts divorce regimes north and south of the border. The Nuffield Foun ...

Published 5 December 2017

Blog: Can an English clause oust Scots law rights in a consumer contract?

Mike Dailly Solicitor advocate Mike Dailly suggests a solution to the problem of competing governin ...

Published 5 December 2017

Blog: How to assess the value of a relationship - the debate continues

Nicola Edgar Nicola Edgar looks at a recent case on the damages regime for wrongful death. For ...

Published 1 December 2017

Blog: EC General Court shows its yen for procedural accuracy

Earlier this year, David Flint (pictured right) and Rebecca Ferguson discussed the ECJ overturning ...

Published 1 December 2017

Blog: Payment for leave not taken – watch out!

David Hoey David Hoey looks at the Court of Justice of the European Union's decision in a case on ...

Published 30 November 2017

Blog: Jury is still out on Yugoslav war crimes tribunal

Raymond Murphy Professor Raymond Murphy of the Irish Centre For Human Rights at NUI Galway writes f ...

Published 27 November 2017