Blogs



Blog: Knowing your rights when it comes to cancelled flights

Fraser Geddes Fraser Geddes explains the rights of passengers affected by the Ryanair debacle. ...

Published 21 September 2017

Blog: Navigating the high seas of data protection

Daradjeet Jagpal Daradjeet Jagpal gives a comprehensive overview of new data protection legislation ...

Published 20 September 2017

Blog: Equal parental rights are an illusion

Amanda Masson Reality needs to catch up with law when it comes to parental rights, says Amanda Mass ...

Published 19 September 2017

Blog: New IP act promises clarity and certainty

David Gourlay David Gourlay gives SLN readers a rundown of the Intellectual Property (Unjustified T ...

Published 18 September 2017

Blog: ECJ judgment confirms Ryanair’s employment disputes may be heard in foreign courts

Confusion reigned over last week’s ECJ ruling on the Ryanair jurisdiction case. We are pleased to ...

Published 18 September 2017

Blog: Bărbulescu and workers' rights

Eric Gilligan Eric Gilligan discusses a recent case on workplace monitoring and the Prime Minister' ...

Published 11 September 2017

Blog: Strictly trademarked

Austin Flynn Strictly mega fan Austin Flynn looks at the IP protections underlying his favourite ...

Published 8 September 2017

Blog: Perfect storm looms for fraudulent claims

Vikki Melville Vikki Melville takes a look at the problem of fraudulent conduct in civil cases and ...

Published 4 September 2017

Blog: Online Sales Bans – PING you’ve been fined!

David Flint David Flint looks at a case illustrating the fine line between necessary and unnecessar ...

Published 1 September 2017

Blog: The importance of being earnest

Amy McCalmont looks at a case reminding landlords and tenants to make their intentions explicit. In ...

Published 1 September 2017

Blog: Johnson and Johnson ordered to pay $417 million in compensation

Michelle Adam Michelle Adam contrasts punitive and compensatory PI regimes following an interesting ...

Published 29 August 2017

Blog: Partial reprieve for social care providers over NMW underpayments

Kate Wyatt Despite a partial reprieve, employers in the social care sector must take swift action t ...

Published 28 August 2017

Blog: Don’t be another inheritance tax statistic

Andrew Paterson Andrew Paterson writes on misunderstandings surrounding inheritance tax in the U ...

Published 28 August 2017

Blog: Two-court solution to ECJ problem a step in the right direction

Tobias Lock Tobias Lock, senior lecturer in European law and co-director of the Europa Institute at ...

Published 25 August 2017

Blog: Talaq divorces and remedies in Scots law

Jamies Foulis Jamies Foulis looks at a judgment on summary divorce from India's Supreme Court and h ...

Published 25 August 2017