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The Scottish Arbitration Centre has again sponsored the University of Edinburgh’s Pre-Vis Moot event as well as its Multi-Tier Dispute Resolution in Practice conference, which was held in in Edinburgh on Friday 10 March. Lord Hope of Craighead delivered the opening and closing remarks at the confe

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” by the appellant. Accordingly, it would not have been sufficient for the appellant simply to have knowledge of assaults being committed by her co-accused and, it was submitted, it was essential that the jury were given clear directions to enable them to understand what was necessary by way of ev

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Plans from the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission (SLCC) to increase its annual levy by eight times the rate of inflation have caused unprecedented “anger and frustration” within the legal profession, the Law Society of Scotland said today. In its detailed response to the SLCC’s draft budget

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Brodies LLP has been named “Scotland IP Firm of the Year” at the Managing Intellectual Property Global Awards in London for the fourth consecutive year, while Marks & Clerk has been awarded the accolade of “Scottish Prosecution Firm of the Year”. Brodies partners Robert Buchan and Gill G

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Caroline Loudon TLT continues to grow its licensing team with the arrival of Lindsays head of licensing & gambling Caroline Loudon. Ms Loudon’s arrival at the firm comes shortly after that of licensing solicitor, Michael McDougall, who also joined from Lindsays. Both will work out of TLT's Gla

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Caroline Gardner A project to build a national IT system for Police Scotland followed good practice in its early stages but ultimately collapsed due to a "damaging loss of trust" between those involved and fundamental disagreements about what the programme needed to deliver, according to an auditor

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Peter Grant Hutchison In this year's SLN Annual Review, Terra Firma’s Peter Grant Hutchison looks back at the year in employment law, from the controversial Trade Union Act 2016, with its 50 per cent timeout requirement to the application of the Equality Act at the European level. In Dansk Industr

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