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Ransomware – malicious software used by criminals to encrypt information until a ransom is paid – poses a growing danger to both private and public sector organisations. With the National Cyber Security Centre indicating that three times as many ransomware attacks took place in the first

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And so the time has come to talk of David and Henry, and the crimes of which they stand accused. In David Hume’s case sentence has already been passed, his name now severed from the largest post-war building on Edinburgh University’s principal campus. Given that he had fixed ideas on bea

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The Scottish legal system can be a mystery to English lawyers and there are plenty aspects of Scots law which are (understandably) entirely alien to our friends south of the border. One area of practice on which Scots and English lawyers can agree is the principles applicable to the interpretation o

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Rosemary Gallagher spoke to 'Colston Four' barrister Blinne Ní Ghrálaigh, who has been named lawyer of the month in our sister publication Irish Legal News. She discusses the chance events and encounters that led her to a life in human rights law. Barrister Blinne Ní Ghrá

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The law commissions of England, Scotland and Wales have produced a joint report setting out their recommendations for a regulatory framework concerning automated vehicles. If the idea of vehicles capable of driving themselves dominating the local high street seems at present somewhat futuristic, sof

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In a new article, Terra Firma's Maurice O'Carroll considers unauthorised development and immunity from planning enforcement. "Development is unauthorised when it has taken place in the absence of planning permission. A local planning authority (LPA) has the power to issue an Enforcement Notice (EN)

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The perverse jury can be a fair fickle beast. The acquital of four defendants who quite clearly broke the law when they pulled down the statue of Edward Colston is a case in point. Manifestly, it was wantonly remiss of Bristol's Labour Council and Mayor to risk leaving the said effigy of the reprehe

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