Case Reports

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The owners of the “Tartan Army” trade mark have failed in a legal bid to prevent another company using the name without its permission. Tartan Army Limited claimed that Alba Football Fans Limited was infringing its rights in terms of section 10 of the Trade Marks Act 1994 and EU Trade Mark Regul

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A Scottish local authority has been granted a court order to bury the mummified remains of a couple who died decades ago. Hilda Marcel and her husband Eugenios Marcel died in 1987 and 1994 respectively, but their son Melvyn Marcel delayed their burial and stored their bodies until he could build a m

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A businessman who is suing his solicitors over the loss and damage he claims to have sustained following the sale of part of his interest in a company has been granted a proof in a $210 million action against the firm. A judge in the Court of Session held that the claim by Robert Kidd that he sustai

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A Scots lawyer who has was found guilty of professional misconduct has failed in an appeal against a decision to strike him off the roll of solicitors. Cameron Fyfe, a former partner at Ross Harper Solicitors, was barred from practising as a solicitor in September 2016 for breaching accounts rules.

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A resident of the Short Strand area of Belfast has succeeded in their appeal against the Chief Constable of Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) after Justices in the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the PSNI misconstrued their legal powers to stop parades passing through or adjacent to the

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A drug dealer who was sentenced to 12 months’ imprisonment and ordered to forfeit his vehicle after admitting being concerned in the supply of ecstasy has successfully appealed against the forfeiture of the car described as his “pride and joy”. The Criminal Appeal Court ruled that the sheriff

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