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Michael Thomson: Doubts rising over CVA effectiveness

Michael Thomson Company voluntary arrangements (CVAS) are very much in vogue. Why? Growth of on ...

Published 16 July 2018

Film Review — In the Fade

Following the conclusion earlier this week of the five-year-long National Socialist Underground (N ...

Published 13 July 2018

Audrey Ferrie: Licensed trade faces hangover following new rules

Audrey Ferrie The licensed trade in Scotland is facing an almighty hangover caused by the legal ...

Published 12 July 2018

David Morgan: 'The pursuit of happiness'

David Morgan David Morgan found himself reflecting on a famous American idea as the US celebrat ...

Published 6 July 2018

Price setting software risks breaching competition law

Michael Dean Businesses using high-tech optimisation tools to analyse data and prices could ina ...

Published 4 July 2018

Solicitor and doula Hilary Peppiette to give talk on supporting the dying at Just Festival

Hilary Peppiette A solicitor is to give a talk on her role in supporting dying people, as a dou ...

Published 3 July 2018

US: Lawyer who used deported immigrants' identities to run up credit card debts jailed

A lawyer for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been given a four-year jail term for ...

Published 2 July 2018

Hillsborough disaster: David Duckenfeld to go on trial for manslaughter

The police officer in command during the Hillsborough disaster in 1989 is to face trial for manslaug ...

Published 29 June 2018

Harper Macleod advises on community buyout of historic crofting estate

Calum MacLeod Harper Macleod has advised a community in Sutherland on the purchase of a histori ...

Published 28 June 2018

Profits up 13 per cent at Morton Fraser

Chris Harte Morton Fraser has pointed to its investment in talent as the foundation for 60 per ...

Published 25 June 2018

Veteran north east lawyer hands reins to daughter

North east lawyer Iain Considine has announced he will be stepping down from his role as a senior ...

Published 21 June 2018

Blackadders’ staff bag £3,200 for Alzheimer Scotland in hillwalking challenge

Staff at Blackadders have raised more than £3,200 for Alzheimer Scotland in a unique hi ...

Published 18 June 2018

Scots property prices ‘rising at fastest rate in three years’

Scottish property prices are rising at their fastest rate in three years and have soared to record l ...

Published 18 June 2018

Blog: Law clinics and pro bono publico in the internet age

Malcolm Combe Malcolm Combe, a senior lecturer at the University of Aberdeen and chair of the S ...

Published 11 June 2018

Opinion: Blasphemy, human rights and a very naughty boy

Fraser Sutherland Fraser Sutherland, campaigns manager at Humanist Society Scotland, calls for ...

Published 7 June 2018