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Maggie Moodie The Scottish government has re-appointed Morton Fraser to provide its debt recovery services. It awarded the firm the first contract from its expanded Legal Services Framework which went live in August.

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Ashley Hurst Online retail giant Amazon filed papers on Friday against more than 1,000 people in the United States who allegedly posted “false, misleading and inauthentic” online reviews of its products.

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Two teenagers have been jailed for a minimum of 46 years after being found guilty of killing two men in two days. Following a trial in Glasgow, 19 year old Andrew Moran was convicted of two counts of murder and Paul Erskine, also 19, was found guilty on one charge of murder and one of culpable homic

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Margaret Waldron, principal solicitor at The Law Practice CFINE, the lead partner of the Food Banks Partnership Aberdeen, providing food parcels to those in poverty in the city, has benefited from the donation of more than 500 items since the beginning of the year from The Law Practice Solicitors an

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DWF has trained 50 colleagues in the Edinburgh and Glasgow offices to administer CPR to support "Save a Life for Scotland" and to help raise awareness of the importance of bystander CPR.

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Prosecutors are being asked to justify a multi-million pound investigation into newspapers after the last two journalists brought to trial in Operation Elveden were cleared. Chris Pharo, 46, news editor at The Sun as well as Jamie Pyatt, 52, a reporter, were acquitted at the Old Bailey of paying a p

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A rugby player given probation for attempted rape now faces a life sentence after he was convicted of raping two other women at the High Court in Edinburgh. Jamie Rudling, 27, was given three years' probation in March 2010 after he tried to have sex with two sleeping women without their consent.

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