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A partner in a Scottish legal firm which overcharged clients by more than £100,000 has been suspended from practice after being found guilty of professional misconduct. Philip Hogg, 50, has had his practising certificate suspended by the Scottish Solicitors’ Discipline Tribunal (SSDT) for five ye

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The Rubik’s Cube shape is not an EU trademark and its non-visible functional elements including its rotating ability should have been considered when it was registered, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled. At the request of Seven Towers, a UK company which manages, inter al

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Social housing sector tenants who challenged the so called “bedroom tax” have received a mixed outcome at the Supreme Court. Lord Neuberger, Lady Hale, Lord Mance, Lord Sumption, Lord Carnwath, Lord Hughes and Lord Toulson heard the cases, which relate to the cap on housing benefit introduced by

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An electricity company which was fined £1.75 million for breaching health and safety legislation after a worker was badly burned has had the financial penalty reduced by £550,000 following an appeal. Scottish Power Generation pled guilty to breaches of sections 2(1) and 33(1)(a) of the Health and

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“Limbs in the loch” killer William Beggs has successfully challenged a decision by prison governors to refuse his requests to have a personal computer in jail. The Scottish Prison Service (SPS) will now have to reconsider his request after a Court of Session judge ruled that "inadequate reasons

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