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A Chinese court ruling in favour of Scotch whisky against a packaging firm in China is being heralded as a legal breakthrough and a warning to other potential counterfeiters. The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) won a court battle against Anhui Guangyu Packaging Technology Company Ltd in the Anqing I

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Shami Chakrabarti, director of Liberty The director of a civil rights organisation has accused the government of making a “spiteful and ideological attack” through its Trade Union Bill and proposals to repeal the Human Rights Act.

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Andrew Haines, CAA chief executive Budget airline Ryanair has been told by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to make compensation payments to passengers who have experienced flight delays.

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David Menzies, ICAS Director of Insolvency Figures for 2014/15 reveal funds returned to creditors increased while there was a 'sharp drop' in the number of personal insolvencies, according to Scotland's insolvency service.

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Iain Nisbet, partner at Govan Law Centre and Head of the Education Law Unit Govan Law Centre (GLC) has produced a guide for parents on laws concerning bullying in schools and online.

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Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney The minister of state for justice has apologised for claiming prominent human rights lawyer Amal Clooney gets high-profile cases by virtue of her marriage to a Hollywood actor.

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The Faculty of Advocates has staged a major conference to highlight and examine the most significant structural reforms of the Scottish court system in more than 150 years. The event, Court Reform: The New Law, proved so popular that it had to be moved from its original venue of the Faculty’s Mack

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Gordon Keyden In the wake of sundry mergers, the demise of Tods Murray and, most recently, McClure Naismith, the announcement that two firms in rude health, Simpson & Marwick and Clyde & Co, will be merging is good news for the Scottish legal market as Clyde & Co gains the smaller firm's

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