CCPD Training launched their first event with Alan Eccles, Partner at Brodies LLP, speaking on Estate Planning and the Family Home to a huge audience of over 60 delegates. We would like to extend a huge thank you to Alan for his participation, fantastic seminar and comprehensive accompanying materi
Sheenagh Adams Work to complete the picture of who owns Scotland has been given a boost by the addition to the Land Registers of Scotland of the iconic General Register House on Edinburgh’s Princes Street.
A man who attempted to escape his trial at Dundee Sheriff Court has been handed a six month jail sentence. After being found guilty of assault to severe injury and told that he would be remanded in custody last December, Kenneth Nicoll, 26, jumped out the dock before being caught by a police officer
The solicitors’ watchdog in England and Wales has said that self-regulation of the profession has created an “irreconcilable conflict”. In a response to a Competition and Markets Authority interim report on legal services, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) stated: “Those who represen
Michael Noonan Ireland's Finance Minister Michael Noonan will today seek approval from his Cabinet colleagues for an appeal against the European Commission's ruling that the State must collect €13 billion in unpaid tax from US tech giant Apple.
A teenager who was jailed after pleading guilty to being concerned in the supply of a quantity of heroin with a maximum street value of £1,100 has successfully appealed against his sentence. The Criminal Appeal Court ruled that a custodial term was not the only appropriate disposal having regard to
Children could be spared confusion and possible upset by a simple change to new forms for family actions, the Faculty of Advocates has suggested. The Scottish Civil Justice Council (SCJC) has drafted two forms to tell youngsters that an action has been raised and how it affects them, and to give the