Case Reports

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A racehorse trainer who was severely injured when a horse fell and landed on him during an exercise session has had an action for damages refused. John McShane would have been awarded more than £270,000 in solatium, loss of earnings, including winnings, and future care and services had the defender

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A Scots lawyer who was jailed for embezzling thousands of pounds of clients’ money has been struck of the solicitors’ roll for professional misconduct. Steven Crommie, who was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment earlier this year after pleading guilty to the offence, “deliberately and repeated

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A trainee greenkeeper who was jailed for 21 months after being convicted of assaulting a university student following an argument in a pub has successfully challenged the sentence imposed by a sheriff. The Criminal Appeal Court ruled that the offence was not one which ought to have attracted a custo

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Donald Trump’s appeal against a judge’s dismissal of his legal challenge to a decision to approve the development of a windfarm near his golf course in Aberdeen Bay has been refused. Trump International Golf Club and the Trump Organization sought judicial review of the decision by the Scottish M

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An adoption order granted by a court in Ethiopia is thought to be the first foreign adoption order to been recognised and registered at common law in Scotland. A married man who was granted adoption of the child of his wife’s previous marriage before the couple relocated to Scotland has had the ad

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