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Edinburgh-based Miso Legal, has raised substantial seed funding from an international group of angel investors, supported by Thorntons’ specialist high growth team. The funding, an undisclosed amount, will enable Miso Legal to invest in further enhancing and marketing the case analysis platfor

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A court has ordered that thousands of bunnies be destroyed – chocolate ones, that is. German supermarket Lidl has been told by a Swiss court to stop selling its sweet treats since they are too similar to Lindt bunnies and are liable to sow confusion.

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A recent ruling by the Inner House of the Court of Session has highlighted the need for parties to take care to understand their contractual obligations when seeking to exercise rights under leases, writes Eilidh Smith. The court ruled that Kuehne+Nagel Limited had been required to pay VAT on a

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An 80-year-old man who murdered a woman and their young son more than 45 years ago has been sentenced to life imprisonment at the High Court in Inverness. William MacDowell was given a minimum term of 30 years for the murder of Renee and Andrew MacRae in November 1976.

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Toppling statues is "violent" and protesters who take part in such acts cannot rely on human rights protections to avoid conviction, the Court of Appeal in England and Wales has ruled. The court was asked to clarify the law following the acquittals of the ‘Colston Four’ in January, when

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A round-up of human rights stories from around the world. Human rights lawyer in Israeli prison goes on hunger strike | The Guardian

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Dean of Faculty, Roddy Dunlop KC, has retracted a “tin-eared” threat to move to England where he would pay less tax. The top rate of English income tax was cut to 40 per cent last week. In Scotland, the top rate is 46 per cent. It applies to those who earn more than £150,000 a year

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A man challenging his fine for indecent exposure was denied entry to a courthouse after turning up naked. Alejandro Colmar, a Spanish nudist, was prevented by security guards from entering the courthouse in Valencia on Tuesday, EFE reports.

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