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A recruitment company for HGV drivers whose managing director punched one of the firm’s salesmen on a Christmas night out will not be held liable for the employee’s injuries. A High Court judge has ruled that there was “insufficient connection” between the director’s employment and the ass

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Simon Rubinsohn House sales in Scotland will continue a downward trend into 2017 due to a lack of stock while prices are expected to rise over the next three months, surveyors have suggested.

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Claire Rowe UK law firm Shoosmiths, which has a presence in Edinburgh, has announced it is expanding into Northern Ireland through a merger with Belfast firm McManus Kearney, our sister publication Irish Legal News reports.

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John MacMillan Armed with only a sleeping bag each, John MacMillan, MacRoberts managing partner and Laura Wilson, the firm’s marketing director will brave a cold December Night to help raise vital funds for some of Scotland’s most vulnerable people.

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School pupils from across Scotland successfully debated the pros and cons of holding referendums to win through to the next stage of the Law Society of Scotland’s national debating tournament. The opening rounds of the Donald Dewar Memorial Debating Tournament saw 128 teams from 85 Scottish school

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